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OWENSBORO HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION— 1977 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: Eric Anderson, Val Norris, Chris Aaron, J. T. 
Buck, Glen Rates, Mgr. Eddie Puckelt. Second Row: Steve Sheldon, Jamie Dewitt, 
Barr Gordon, Duane Kirkendoll, Jared Elliot, Mike Tanner. Third Row: Ass't. 
Coach Rudy Brittain, Ricky Hale, Ruben Hayden, Phil Hyland, Keith Anderson, 
Mark Rickard, Jeff Brigance, Randy Hamilton, Coach Jack Hicks. 



Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 

Official Organ af the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

AUGUST 1977 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AA BOYS 

University of Kentucky Sport seen ter, Lexington, May 21, 1977 
Paducah Tilghman High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Aaron Pralher, Craig Byrd, Roy Cooper, Pruett Roof, Eric Grumbach, Larry Matchem, 
Fra.nkir- Elmore, Reggis Douglas. Second Row: Coach Lyman Brown, Greg Houser, Greg Engelhard, Keith Lansden, 
Kelly Cromwell, David Wagner, Richard Abraham, Eli Khouri, Tommy Cockrell, Coach Augie Schiller, Coach David 
Mitchell. 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Prewitt. Lafayette 

2. Minis, Meade County 

3. Higgins, Tenderson Co. 

4. Jouett, Covington Holmes 

5. Hampton, Lafayette 

Time— 10.0 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Prewitt, Lafayette 

2. Cummings. Warren Central 

3. Mims, Meade Co. 

4. Posue. North Hardin 

5. Owens. Henrv Clav 

Time— 22.5 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Cummings, Warren Central 

2. Eoulware, North Hardin 

3. Owens, Henry Clay 

4. Bussell, Christian Co. 

5. Howard, Campbell Co. 

Time— 49.3 

880 Yard Run — 

1. Grumback, Paducah Tilghman 

2. Farley, Henderson Co. 

3. Buck, East Carter 

4. Pickens. Highlands 

5. Wagner. Paducah Tilghman 

Time— 1:59.2 



180 Yard Hurdles— 

1 Reese. Christian Co. 

2. Boulware, North Hardin 

3. Williams. LaRue Co. 

4. Deller, Bowling Green 

5. Watkins. Madisonville 

Time 

880 Yard Relay— 

1. Paducah Tilghman 

2. North Hardin 

3. Lafayette 

4. Bryan Station 



5. Hopkinsville 



Time— 1:30.2 



Mile Relay — 

1. North Hardin 

2. Paducah Tilghman 

3. Henderson Co. 

4. Christian Co. 

5. Lafayette 



Mile Run — 

1. Grumback, Paducah Tilghman 

2. Buck, East Carter 

3. Murphy, Dixie Heights 

4. McKay, Daviess Co. 

5. Whitt. Tates Creek 

Time— 4:22.7 

Two Mile Run — 

1. Khouri, Paducah Tilghman 

2. Mills, Daviess Co. 

3. Cornelius, Pulaski Co. 

4. Camm. Newport Catholic 

5. Cummins, Covington Catholic 

Time— 9:52.4 

120 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Reese, Christian Co. 

2. Boulware, North Hardin 

3. Dartez. Owensboro 

4. March. Lafayette 

5. Braid. Franklin-Simpson 

Time — 14.3 



Time 
Shot Put — 

1. Donlon, Oldham 

2. Carter. East Carter 

3. Mennach, Boyd Co. 

4. Asher. Lincoln Co. 

5. Kratch. Oldham Co. 

Distance- 
High Jump — 



-53' 1" 



1. Mayes. Danville 

2. Ray. Warren Central 

3. McCubbin, Grayson Co. 

4. Fitzpatrick, Bryan Station 

5. Pitman, Knox Central 

Distance— 6' 9 1/2" 
Maves set a state record in this 
event with his height of 6' 9 1/2". 

Pole Vault— 

1. Marshall. Woodford Co. 

2. Quisenberry, Daviess Co. 

3. Bell. Marion Co. 

4. Mason, Bryan Station 

5. Derickson. Laurel Co. 

Distance — 13'0 

Long Jump — 

1. Murch. Henderson Co. 

2. Bryant, Bowling Green 

3. Scott. Mason Co. 

4. March, Lafayette 

5. McCubbin. Grayson Co. 

Distance— 21' 10" 



Triple Jump— 

1. Ward, Lafayette 

2. Fitzpatrick, Bryan Station 

3. Lewis. Hopkinsville 

4. Hinton. Owensboro 

5. Jones, North Hardin 

Distance— 47' 9 1/2" 
Ward broke the state record of 
47' 9" in this event. 

Discus — 

1. Ramey. Paul Blazer 

2. Whitman, Tates Creek 

3. Kratch, Oldham 

4. Cromwell, Paducah Tilghman 

5. Chalk, Newport Catholic 

Distance— 155' 3" 



TOTAL POINTS 



Paducah Tilghman _ . 31 

Lexington Lafayette 27 

North Hardin 25 

Christian County __ __ 16 

Henderson County 16 

Warren Central 14 

East Carter 11 

Bryan Station 10 

Oldham County __,10 

Daviess County 10 

Meade County 7 

Danville 6 

Bowling Green — 6 

Paul Blazer 6 

Owensboro 5 

Tates Creek 5 

Hopkinsville ... 4 

Laurel Co. 4 

Grayson Co. - 4 

Henry Clay .. 4 

Boyd County __ 3 

Marion County — 3 

Dixie Heights — 3 

Mason County 3 

Newport Catholic __ 3 

Pulaski County .. 3 

Lincoln County 2 

Highlands -- ..2 

Holmes __ 2 

Franklin Simpson --. 

Knox Central 

Campbell County — 

Madisonville - 

Covington Catholic - 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XL— No. 1 



AUGUST, 1977 



$1.00 Per Year 



IN MEMORIAM 




Edgar McNabb 

"A country boy who made it out and made good" 

The passing of Edgar McNabb unexpectedly 
on May 4, 1977, brought shock and a great loss 
to athletics throughout the State of Kentucky. 

"Mac", born and reared in the southern sect- 
ion of Montgomery and Powell Counties, Ken- 
tucky, attended the Montgomery County High 
School where he had his first taste of school 
athletics under Coach "Pap" Currie. 

From that beginning, he went to Morehead, 
where Coach Downing left a great influence on 
his life and probably encouraged "Mac" to be- 
come a teacher and coach. After a heroic four 
years, he started in professional baseball with 
the New York Yankees as a pitcher. New York 
was just too big at that early age so "Mac" 
headed back home to Kentucky and started his 
teaching and coaching life at Raceland High 
School in Greenup County, Kentucky. He soon 
brought renown to the Raceland Rambles and, 
after some six or seven years, was called to 
succeed Homer Jackson, who had left Bellevue. 
Kentucky, for the big Male High School job. 
"Mac", building on Homer Jackson's foundation, 
kept the "Tigers" of Bellevue at the top of the 
Little Eight Conference. 

McNabb started officiating basketball and foot- 
ball all, over the State and, with his winning 
smile, and fairness of his decisions, he was soon 
known as an outstanding student of the game, so 
much so, that he was selected to work the Sweet 
Sixteen State Tournament for about ten con- 
secutive years. 

After five years at Bellevue, "Mac" resigned 
and accepted the position of Head Football Coach 
at Owensboro High School. However, not wishing 
to move his family, he resigned the Owensboro 
offer and took a one-year position at Ludlow. At 
the end of that year, he was asked to become 
Head Coach of the Beechwood School at Ft. 



Mitchell, where he soon started football from 
scratch and led that small school to respectable 
competition among the schools of the Northern 
Kentucky Athletic Conference. 

"Mac" continued to instruct young men in the 
art of officiating and represented the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association at clinics held 
throughout the State for nineteen years. 

From his role as teacher and leader, he ad- 
vanced in the field of administration from Coach 
to Athletic Director, to Principal, and finished 
up his educational career and retired just a few 
years ago as Superintendent of the Beechwood 
School System. Not liking total retirement, he 
was continuing to lead in the field of education 
and had taken a part-time position as Director 
of a Practicum Experience in Teaching Training 
with Northern Kentucky State University. 

"Mac" is survied by his wife. Vestal Mackie, 
formerly of Mt. Sterling, and two sons: Edgar, 
Executive Director of the Red Cross of Alliance, 
Ohio; and Lou, a Baptist Minister of Worthington, 
Ohio. 

To commemorate and honor Coach McNabb's 
leadership in school activities, the football sta- 
dium of Beechwood High School is now named 
McNabb Field and a Scholarship Fund is being 
developed at Beechwood in his name. 

"Mac" has many friends all over the State and 
never made an enemy. He will be missed, but 
not forgotten. — 

Tebay Rose, Superintendent 
Ludlow City Schools 
Ludlow, Kentucky 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
office on Friday afternoon. May 20. 1977. The 
meeting was called to order by President George 
Sauer, Jr., at 1:00 p.m. Present were board 
members Ray Story, Denval Barriger, Eldon 
Davidson, Joseph McPherson, Norman Passmore, 
C. W. Jones, Paul Trimble, Commissioner Tom 
Mills, Assistant Commissioners Dianne Caines, 
Louis Stout, and Billy Wise. Mr. Conley Manning 
was present representing the State Department 
of Education, and Mr. Darrell Wells represented 
the State School Board Association. The invo- 
cation was given by Norman Passmore. 

Joe McPherson moved, seconded by C. W. 
Jones, that the reading of the minutes of the 
last meeting be waived since members of the 
Board had received copies of these minutes. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills requested that the Board consider 
setting a financial allowance for those schools 
participating in the Girls State Basketball Tourna- 
ment. Following a financial report on the Tourna- 
ment, Norman Passmore moved, seconded by 
Eldon Davidson, that each participating school 
receive an allowance of $200.00. All members 
voted aye. 

Following a discussion of the eligiblity status 
of Randy Crum of Dilce Combs High School. 
Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Paul 
Trimble, that the Commissioner investigate the 
case further and then rule on the case based 
(Continued on Page Two) 



Page Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1977 



AUGUST, 1977 



VOL. XL— NO. 1 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington. Ky. 40502 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 192S. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor . — TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor DIANNE H. CAINES 

Assistant Editor __ LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor __ .. BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Rav Storv (1974-1978) Radcliff 

Vice-Pres. Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington 

Directors _ Denval Barriger (1975-1979), Bowling Green; 
Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Jack Burkich 
(1976-1980), Whitesburg; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville; Glendon Ravenscrafl (1976-1979), Alexandria; 
George Sauer (1974-1978), Louisville; Paul Trimble (1976- 
1980) .Painlsville. Conley Manning, State Dept. of Educa- 
tion representative. 

Subscription Rate S1.00 per year 



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Football Assigning Secretaries — 1977-78 

The names and addresses of the assigning sec- 
retaries, with the residence and business phone 

numbers (business numbers given first) are as 

follows: 

West. Ky. Conf., Joe Russell. Box 213, Russell- 
ville', Ky. 42276, 502-726-6983. 502-726-9531 

Big 8, Harold L. Mischel, 414 Clay Street, Owens- 
boro, Ky. 42301. 502-683-4083, 502-684-6441 

Mid Kentucky, Jack Goodman, 514 Springdale, 
Brandenburg, Ky. 40108, 502-422-2072, 502-422- 
2969 

Kentuckiana, Karl F. Scl.mitt, 710 E. Walnut, 
Louisville, Ky. 40202, 502-458-9065, 502-584- 
8269; Curt Davis, 1119 E. Burnett St., Louis- 
ville. Ky., 502-637-7383, 502-566-4471 

North Ky., Dan L. Sullivan, 132 Connelly Dr., Ft. 
Thomas, Ky. 41075, 606-331-7037, 606-491-1125 

C.K.F.O.A., Shirley Watts, 228 St. Ann Dr., Lex- 
ington, Ky. 40502, 606-266-1749, 606-255-0835 

13th Region, Ray Canadv. Box 244, Barbourville, 
Ky. 40906, 606-546-4765, 606-546-5624 

14th Region, Ed Madden, Pippa Passes, Ky. 41844, 
606-368-2753, 606-785-3153 

15th Region, Ronnie Thompson, Box 135, Raccoon, 
Ky. 41557, 606-432-1942, 606-437-6361 

No. East Ky., Frank Firestine, 224 Cardinal Road, 
Rus sell, Ky. 41169, 606-836-5120, 606-8 36-8822 

State Fencing Championship Results 

Fort Knox High School placed first in the 
team's finish of the State Fencing Championship 
with Greg Doyle. Tates Creek High School, cap- 
turing first in all three boy's events. 

Central High School was first place in the 
girls' championship. 

Following are the results: 

Boys' Team Finish 

1. Ft. Knox, 20; 2. Tates Creek, 18; 3. Ballard, 
15; 4. Doss, 11; 5. Seneca 1. 
FOIL 

1. Greg Doyle (Tates Creek); 2. Gaylin Gates 
(Ft. Knox); 3, Jim Poole (Doss); 4, Rick Gaunt 
(Ballard); 5. John Dunlev (Ft. Knox); 6. John 
Grady (Ballard). 

EPEE 

1. Greg Doyle (Tales Creek); 2. Jim Poole 
(Doss); 3. Chris Tanner (Ft. Knox); 4. Gaylin 
Gates (Ft. Knox); 5. Curt Johnson (Elizabeth- 
town); 6. Rick Gaunt (Ballard); 7. Charlie Hay- 
vood (Tates Creek). 



SABRE 

1. Greg Doyle (Tates Creek); 2. Rick Gaunt 
(Ballard); 3. Chris Tanner (Ft. Knox); 4. Peter 
Naake (Seneca). 

Girls' Team Finish 

1. Central 19; 2. Sacred Heart, 8; 3. Seneca, 7; 
4. Atherton, 6; 5. Ft. Knox, 5. 
FOIL 

1. Karen Brown (Central); 2. Bev Ford (Cen- 
tral); 3. Elizabeth Long (Sacred Heart); 4. Natalia 
Pinto (Seneca): 5. Lee Ham (Atherton); 6. Toressa 
Lefebvr e (Ft. Knox). 

BOARD MINUTES 

(Continued from Page One) 
upon his findings. The motion carried unanimous- 
ly. 

After hearing the facts in the case of Bobby 
Henry, a student at Newport High School, Denval 
Barriger made the motion, seconded by Eldon 
Davidson, that By Law 6, Section 1, Transfer 
Rule, not be waived in this case. All members 
voted aye. 

Eldon Davidson made the motion that a plaque 
be presented to Mr. Clifford B. Fagan for dis^ 
tinguished service to the State of Kentucky while 
serving as Executive Secretary of the National 
Federation of State High School Associations. 
Paul Trimble seconded the motion, and it passed 
unanimously. Mr. Fagan will retire as Executive 
Secretary on September 1, 1977. 

Billy V. Wise presented the 1977-78 Activities 
Calendar to the Board for consideration. Follow- 
ing a discussion of the dates and locations of the 
various events, the calendar was approved. 

The Board of Control held the election of 
officers for 1977-78. Ray Story and Norman Pass- 
more were elected to serve as President and Vice- 
President of the Board of Control, respectively, 
by a unanimous vote. 

Chairman Eldon Davidson presented the State 
Committee Report. The following recommenda- 
tions were presented for consideration by the 
Board: 

1. Allow to each member of the K.H.S.A.A. 
staff not less than twelve (12) days of sick leave 
each year, without deduction of salary. Days of 
sick leave not taken during any year shall ac- 
cumulate without limitation. Three days per year 
may be used as emergency leave. (Based upon 
KRS 161, 155-Sick Leave for Teachers.) 

2. Allow each member of the K.H.S.A.A. staff 
two weeks paid vacation per year. After they 
have been employed by the K.H.S.A.A. for five 
years, they shall be allowed three weeks vacation 
per year. 

3. The Board of Control shall set salaries of all 
new certified personnel at the time of employ- 
ment, based upon position and assigned duties. 
Annual salary increases thereafter shall be the 
amount approved for certified personnel through 
the State Department of Education per classroom 
unit. 

4. Adopt a salary schedule for non-certified 
personnel based upon years of experience. 

Following a lengthy discussion, Denval Bar- 
riger moved, seconded by Joe McPherson, that 
the recommendations of the Committee be adopt- 
ed. The motion passed unanimously. 

Paul Trimble moved, seconded by Denval 
Barriger, that all bills of the Association beginn- 
ing April 1, 1977, and ending April 30. 1977, be 
allowed. The motion was carried unanimously. 

The meeting of the next scheduled meeting 
of the Board of Control was scheduled for Friday, 
July 29, 1977, at Kenlake State Park. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1977 



Page Three 



FORT KNOX HIGH SCHOOL 
Boys' Team Fencing Champion 1977 




CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 

1977 Girls' Team Fencing Champion 



(Left to Right) Front Row: Toressa Lofebvre, Coach 
Ms. Dale Gates. Second Row: Byron Jones, Gaylin Gales, 
Mason Kington, Ragen Van Pietersom, Chris Tanner, 
John Dunley. 




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(Left to Right) Karen Brown and Beverly Ford. 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Louisville, Kentucky — May 21, 1977 

Ballard High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 



60 Yard Hurdles— 




880 Yard Run — 




High Jump — 




1. Kimbrough, Pleasure 


Ridge Park 


1. Jaggers. Butler 




1. Wagemaker, Ballard 




2. Kopatz, Doss 




2. Owings. Butler 




2. Donahue. Holv Rosarv 




3. Warren, Male 




3. Martin. J., Waggener 




3. Kissell. Presentation 




4. Eubanks. Eastern 




4. Jones. Pleasure Ridge Park 


4. Hedges. Western 




5. Handley. Ballard 




5. Hartlage. Moore 




5. Thompson. Jeffersontown 






Time— 8.3 


Time- 


-2:19.3 


Distance — 


D' 1" 


110 Yard Hurdles— 




440 Yard Relay— 




Long Jump — 




1. Kimbrough, Pleasure Ridge Park 


1. Ballard 




1. Handlev. Ballard 




2. Kopatz, Doss 




2. Pleasure Ridge Park 




2. Walker, Iroquois 




3. Riede, Warren 




3. Iroquois 




3. Sipes. Western 




4. Warren, Male 




4. Southern 




4. McCov. Atherton 




5. Stitner. Atherton 




5. Jeffersontown 




5. Fink. Thomas Jefferson 






Tune — 15.2 


Tim 


e— 50.8 


Distance — 16' 9 


1/2" 


Mile Run — 




880 Yard Relay— 








1. Jones, Pleasure Ride 


e Park 


I . Jeffersontown 




Shot Put— 




2. Jaegers, Butler 




2. Male 




1. Hampton. Iroquo is 




3. Martin, Waggener 




3. Iroquois 




2. Maggard, Butler 




4. Owings. Butler 




4. Doss 








5. Kiefer, Waggener 




5 Sacred Heart 




4. Miller. Moore 






Time— 5:03.6 


Time- 


-1:46.5 


5. Roberts. Male 

Distance— 39' 11 


1/4" 


100 Yard Dash— 




Mile Relay— 








1. Storm. Ballard 




1 . Western 








2. Martin. G.. Thomas 


Jefferson 


2. Jeffersontown 








3. Richards, Western 




3. Waggener 




TOTAL POINTS 




4. Martin, V.. Iroquois 




4. Southern 








5. Porter, Manual 




5. Male 




Ballard - - 


31 




Time— 11.3 


Time — 4:07.8 


Pleasure Ridge Park .. 


— 28 










Butler __ - _ 


— 26 


220 Yard Dash— 




880 Yard Medley Relay— 




Western . _ __ . _ 
Doss - — 

Jeffersontown 

Waggener -- — — 
Male — 

Southern _ — _ - -- 


25 
20 
20 
16 
16 
12 
12 
_ 7 


1. Richards, Western 




1. Southern 




2. Saurer. Jeffersontown 

3. Storm, Ballard 


2. Pleasure Ridge Park 

3. Ballard 




4. Martin. V., Iroquois 




4. Doss 




5. Martin. G.. Thomas 


Jefferson 
Time — 26.0 


5. Male 

Time- 


-1:51.9 


440 Yard Dash— 




Discus — 




Thomas Jefferson __ 


__ 6 
6 


1. Lowery. Westport 




1. Maggard. Butler 

2. Miller. Moore 






5 


2. Richards. Western 




— 3 


3. Dobiesz. Waggener 




3. Potts. Doss 






— 3 


4. Fontana. Southern 




4. Geiger, Doss 

5. Wise. Holv Rosarv 






2 


5. Brutscher. Western 


Manual — - _- 


1 




Time— 57.2 


Distance — 


125' 0" 


Sacred Heart ._ 


._ 1 



Page Four 



THE L KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1977 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSTl 
PERIOD FROM JULY 1. 1976, TO JUNE 30, 1977 

STATEMENT OF 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

(These figures have been certified and we have a report 

on file in our office.) 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance in checking account July 1. 1976 __ S 42.475.59 

Annual Dues: 312 (a> S3.00 S 936.00 

Official Dues — 25,340.00 

(Football 723. Basketball 1539. 

Baseball 596, Wrestling 75) 
Grant — Kentucky H. S. Coaches 

Ass'n 

Redeposits (bad checks made good) 
Advertising (Magazine & Directory) 

Sale of Publications 

Matured — Certificate of Deposit — 
Interest — Certificates of Deposit _. 
Transferred — Boys' State Basketball 

Tournament Account 

Transferred — Girls' State Basketball 

Tournament Account 

Refunds 

Receipts — State Baseball Tournament 
Football Playoffs: Classes A, AA, 

AAA. & AAAA Ticket Sales 
Wrestling — Stale Tournament 

Receipts 

Track — State Meet Receipts 

(Classes A. AA, AAA) __ 
Swimming — State Meet Receipts 
Gymnastics — State Meet Receipts 

Total Receipts. _. S843.738.29 

DISBURSEMENTS: 
Board of Control Expense 
Commissioner's Salary (Base Sal. 



1.000.00 
15.00 
2,880.00 
1,426.92 
450.000.00 
4,524.69 

210,139.07 

40,000.00 
7,142.52 
2,014.50 

42.366.00 

5,815.50 

5,908.00 
1.324.00 
430.50 801,262.70 



_ $ 10,094.11 

S27.000) 19,645.68 



Expense — Commissioner's Office 
Ass't Commissioners' Salaries 

(Base Sal. S58.500) 

Travel Expense — Ass't. Commissioners _. 

Secretarial Salaries 

Janitorial Service -- 

Postage 

Office Supplies — 

Janitorial Supplies 

Insurance __ 

Equipment Repairs & Service Contracts 

Blue Cross. Blue Shield 

Building Repairs & Ground Maintenance 

Utilities _ 

Telephone and Telegraph __ 

Printing __ 9,396.67 



1.124.53 

37.384.96 
3,550.65 

16.365.63 
2.266.86 
6,439.00 
1,772.10 
231.83 
3.589.30 
1,077.61 
3.422.91 
446.84 
3,995.89 
5.072.20 



Purchase of Publications 

Delegates to Natl Fed. Meetings 

Legal Services — 

National Federation Dues 

Film Rental __ 

Audit __ __ — 

Refunds 

Bad Checks 

Appropriation to Ky. H.S. Ath. Directors 

Taxes and Withholdings: 

Federal Income Tax Withheld S 18,111.50 



8,654.85 

5,783.64 

15,444.15 

286.93 

347.00 

1.000.00 

806.07 

117.00 

300.00 



Social Security 
City License Fee 

State Income Tax __ 

Slate Sales Tax 

Insurance Premium — Stout 
State Unemployment Tax __ __ 
Teachers' Retirement — 

Deduction — 

Teachers' Retirement — 

Employment Contribution __ 

Catastrophic Insurance - 

Certificates of Deposits 

Magazine: 

Printing & Engraving __ 

Mailing 

Officials' Division: 

State Clinic Expenses 

Liability Insurance 

Assigning Sec'y Meetings 

Officials' Emblems 

Swimming: 

State Committee Expense 

Trophies and Awards 

Officials (Stale Meets) 
Mileage & Local Entertainment 

(State Meets) 

Pool Rental & Add. Services 
Ticket Sellers & Takers 

(State Meets) 

Golf: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

Trophies & Awards 

Regional Tournament Expense 

Slate Tournament Expense 

Miscellaneous Expense — -- 



10.033.96 
2,252.49 
3.857.13 
2,778.85 

600.00 

951.79 

7,161.49 

18,146.45 63,993.66 

10.500.00 

450.000.00 



10,244.50 
500.00 

2.708.44 

7.836.00 

1,478.64 

409.59 

897.83 
842.85 
770.00 

3,601.79 
1.200.00 



10,744.50 



12,432.67 



31.00 




Tennis: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

Trophies & Balls 

Expenses — Tournament 

Managers 

Track: 

Regional Expense ____ __ 

Trophies 8t Awards . 

Slate Committee Expense 

Officials (State Meets) 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

New Equipment 

Printing 

Ticket Sellers & Takers 

Miscellaneous Expense 

Security (State Meets) __ _ 

Baseball: 

State Committee Expense 

Trophies & Awards 

Baseballs (Stale Tourn.) __ _ 
Transportation (State Tourn.) 

Meals (State Tourn.) _ 

Lodging (State Tourn.) 

Ticket Sellers & Takers 

(State Tourn.) __ __ .. . 

Scorer (Stale Tourn.) 

Umpires (Slate Tourn.) 

Groundsmen (State Tourn.) 

Cross Counlry: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

Trophies & Awards 

Expenses — Regional Meets 
Expenses — State Meets 

Football Playoffs: 

Printing 

Trophies & Awards . 

Transportation 

Lodging . 

Meals .. 

Field Rentals & Add. Labor ... 

Officials 

Ticket Sellers & Takers 

P. A. & Scoreboard 

Insurance 

Footballs _ 

Incidental Expenses — 

Board Grant __ 

Press Box Expenses 

Special Police 

Honorarium 8c Expenses — 

Game Mgrs. 

Ambulance Service 8t 1st Aid 
Miscellaneous Expenses 

Rifle Marksmanship: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment _ 

Trophies & Awards 

Officials - 

Miscellaneous Expenses 

Wrestling: 

Expenses Stale Committee 

Trophies 8t Awards __ 

Officials 

Mileage & Local Entertainment _ 

Printing 

Rentals (Stale Tourn.) __ 

Custodial Services (State Tourn.) 

Police (State Tourn.) 

Miscellaneous Expenses 

Ticket Sellers & Takers 

(State Tourn.) 

Soccer: 

Expenses — State Meet (1975-76) 
Gymnastics: 

Expenses — State Committee 

Trophies 8t Awards 

Officials (State Meets) 

Mileage & Local Entertainment _ 

Miscellaneous Expense 

Regional Meet Expenses __ 

Fencing: 

Trophies & Awards 

Expenses — State Tournament 

Total Disbursements 

Receipts 

Disbursements 



1,245.77 
5.000.80 

330.00 

1,211.74 
10.385.31 

150.00 
2.166.29 
9.870.82 

111.00 
98.50 

194.20 
1.081.92 

448.87 

120.20 
4.158.65 

108.00 

284.60 
1,233.00 

567.00 

60.00 

75.00 

695.35 

105.00 




151.33 
1,377.60 
1.256.20 
1,330.00 
2,888.00 
9,075.00 
1,089.00 

488.00 
70.00 

230.00 

209.15 

6,400.00 
40.00 
40.00 

303.66 
120.00 
100.00 

281.40 
92.20 
35.00 
60.00 

1.162.44 
781.70 
1.760.40 
2,198.36 
125.00 
412.00 
250.00 
302.75 
518.86 

165.00 



138.20 
428.67 
641.00 
562.83 
89.89 
318.61 



150.48 
54.52 



6,576.57 



7.406.80 



8,057.88 



25.167.94 



468.60 



7.676.51 
130.00 



Cash Balance 

BANK RECONCILEMENT: 

Balance per bank statement, June 30. 1977 

Less Outstanding Checks: 



2.179.20 

205.00 

_S804.019.66 

_S843.738.29 

_ 804,019.66 

S 39.718.63 

_S 47,077.71 



6.801.80 



No. 2116 
No. 2167 
No. 2708 
No. 3078 
No. 3198 
No. 3238 
No. 3324 
No. 3350 
No. 3352 
No. 3418 
No. 34 .4 
No. 3466 



-S 



9.00 
6.72 
29.00 
12.55 
50.00 
52.00 
39.00 
14.76 
78.00 
20.00 
7.50 
28.40 



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No. 3471 __ __ 39.00 




No. 3487 __ 11.40 




No. 3494 . ... _ 18.90 




No. 3579 24.80 




No. 3581 49.60 




No. 3582 .. _ — 37.20 




No. 3584 .. .. 52.00 




No. 3587 .. 37.20 




No. 3596 .. 37.20 




No. 3598 — 63.60 




No. 3617 _ _ 104.95 




No. 3651 .. 94.64 




No. 3652 . . 23.50 




No. 3655 .. 448.87 




No. 3662 — 140.00 




No. 3665 __ ... _ 5.523.00 




No. 3666 __ 306.29 


7,359.08 


e Bank Balance June 30, 1977 


__ $ 39,718.63 



1977 BOYS' STATE BASKETBALL 

TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Ticket Sales __ 5284,264.00 



Radio Fees 

Television Fee 

Profil on Program 

Postage 

Refund 

Redeposit _ _ 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 

Trophies and Awards 

Postage 

Refunds 

Insurance 

Incidental Expenses (16} 

Transportation 

Lodging 

Meals 



8.708.00 
3,500.00 
1,587.61 

621.25 

739.54 
66.00 S299.486.40 



Teams 



2,737.75 

933.34 

35.55 

128.00 

2.206.00 

8,000.00 

1,981.35 

12.595.64 

16.102.15 



Coliseum Rental 14,515.00 



Officials Fees and Expenses 

Scorers and Timers __ 

Shot Chart Keepers & Statisticians 

Ushers 

Ticket Sellers, Takers & Guards . 

P. A. Announcers 

Telephone & Telegraph 

Towel Service 

Additional Clerical Help __ __ 

Milk Bar Expenses 

Miscellaneous Expenses — 

Tournament Manager 

Hon. & Exp. — Ass't Tour. Mgrs. 

Bad Checks _ 

Soloist __ ___ 

State Sales Tax 

Hospitality Room Expenses 

Transfer of funds — Amount Transferred to 

K.H.S.A.A. as Tournament Profit __ 
Balance per bank statement June 30, 1977 
Less Outstanding Check: 

No. 100 ._ S60.00 

True Bank Balance June 30, 1977 .. _ 



2.769.15 

967.60 

745.00 
6,240.00 
8,437.29 

390.00 

139.06 

270.00 

110.00 
79.90 

127.40 

2,874.25 

66.00 

20 00 

6,558.90 

168.00 S 89,197.33 



_S210.139.07 
210.00 



60.00 



.... $ 



150.00 



1977 GIRLS' STATE BASKETBALL 

TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 



RECEIPTS: 




Ticket Sales S 


75,304.00 


Radio Fees 


360.00 


Profit on Programs 


855.05 


Postage 


22.00 


Redeposit ... 


348.00 


Refund __ _. _. 


386.41 S 77,275.46 


DISBURSEMENTS: 




Printing . . 


1.126.00 


Trophies & Awards — . ._ 


884.34 


Postage ._ . 


35.95 


Incidental Expenses (16) Teams 


3,200.00 


Transportation _ 


1,599.45 


Lodging 


7,284.41 


Meals 


11,781.25 


Coliseum Rental _ . 


2.000.00 


Officials Fees and Expenses 


2.220.30 


Scorers and Timers . 


340.90 


Ushers 


180.00 


Ticket Sellers, Takers & Guards 


2,404.25 


P. A. Announcers 


202.00 


Telephone 8i Telegraph 


20.00 


Towel Service - - .. . 


114.70 


Miscellaneous Expenses — 




Tournament Manager _ 


108.00 


Hon. & Exp. — Ass't Tour. Mgrs. 


1.599.52 


Bad Checks . 


348.00 


State Sales Tax . . 


1,826.39 S 37.275.46 



Transfer of Funds — Amount transferred lo 

K.H.S.A.A. as Tournament Profit $ 40,000 

Balance per bank statement, June 30, 1977 __ 10 

Less outstanding checks: No. 391 $10.00 10 

True Balance June 30, 1977 __ 

1976-77 KJLS.AA RETIREMENT 
TRUST FUND 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance July 1, 1976 . $ 10,087 

Interest received — Certificates of Deposit 3,154 

Total Receipts __ 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Retirement Payments 6,750 

Cash Balance 

K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS: 

Cash Balance — 1st Security National Bank 

& Trust Company S 39,718 

Savings Certificate — 1st Security National 

Bank 8t Trust Company — 100,000 

Savings Certificate — 1st Security National 

Bank & Trust Company 50,000 

Total Funds on Hand. June 30, 1977 
Estimated Value of K.H.S.A.A. Building 

and Equipment 417,577 

Total K.H.S.A A. Assets — — $607,295.88 

K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT FUND ASSETS: 
Cash Balance — 1st Security National 

Bank & Trust Company -_ $ 6.491.52 

Bank of Commerce — Certificate of Deposit 20.000.00 

Centra! Bank & Trust Co. — Certificates -_ 12,000.00 

1st Federal S. & L. Ass'n — ertificales 10,000.00 

1st Federal S & L. Ass'n — Certificates 5,000.00 

1st Security Nat'l Bank 8r Trust Co. — 

Savings Account .. — 32,066.88 

Total Retirement Fund Assets $ 85,558.40 



18 
34 
$ 13,241.52 

00 
$ 6/491.52 



63 
00 

oo 

$189,718.63 



25 



Middlesboro High School Golf Team 
Boys' Champion 

The Middlesboro High School Golf team won 
the 1977 State Tournament for Boys, held at the 
Anderson Golf Course, Fort Knox, on May 17-18. 
Jim Vincent, Owensboro High School, won the 
Boys' State Individual Golf Tournament held on 
May 24-25. 

Scores of the leading teams were: Middlesboro 
616, Lone Oak 622, Clark County 627. Covington 
Catholic 628, Mason County 628, Owensboro 630, 
Trinity 631, Henry Clay 632, Madison ville 636, 
Madison Central 640, Butler 650. Ashland 652. 

Individual scores of some of the tournament 
leaders were: 

144 — Vincent (Owensboro) 

146— Beard (Trinity), Creason (Mayfield), Peter- 
son (Marion Co.) 

147 — Dunn (Middlesboro) 

148Bickel (Bellevue), Mudd (Butler), Brizen- 
dine (Franklin-Simpson) 

149 — Rose (Lafayette), Sullivan (Murray), Grid- 
er (Washington Co.) 

150 — Myers (Model), Schulz (Ballard), Lenahan 
(Trinity) 

151 — Barger (Moore), Bailey (Barren Co.), Par- 
son (Madisonville), Stepens (Madison Central), 
Macke (Covington Catholic), Overstreet (Apollo) 

152 — Leake (Marion Co.) 

Anne Rush of Tompkinsville High School won 
the Girls' Golf Tournament held at the Princeton 
Golf Course on May 17-18. 

Individual scores of some of the tournament 
leaders were: 

147— Rush (Tompkinsville) 

155— Baird (Ky. Country Day) 

156— Lyle (Fern Creek) 

159— Freeman (Ballard) 

161— May (Glasgow) 

162— Zembrodt (Notre Dame) 

163— Bohannan (Tates Creek) 

164 — Roden (Collegiate), Kernohan (Bowling 
Green), Miller (Caldwell Co.) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1977 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS A GIRLS 

University of Kentucky Sportscenler, Lexington, May 21, 1977 

Harrodsburg High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Rhonda Boyd, Jane Spahn, Becky Sadler, Cheryl Sheperson, Kim Munday. Back Row: 
Mgr. Lynda Buck, Bobbie Jo Yeast, Debbie Helton, Lee Nevius, Andrea Johnson, Coach Alvis Johnson. 



60 Yard Hurdles— 



1. Luthy, Bellevue 

2. Wavcaster, Hickman Co. 

3. Lynch, Lex. Catholic 

4. Lake. Raceland 

5. Grundy, Bardstown 

Time— 8.6 

110 Yard Hurdles— 



440 Yard Relay— 



1. Grinter, Olmstead 

2. Stinnett, Mercer Co. 
:i. Luthy. Bellevue 

4. Lynch, Lex. Catholic 

5. Wavcaster. Hickman Co. 

Time- 

100 Yard Dash— 

1. Boyd. Harrodsburg 

2. Kemp. Madison 

3. Price, Henrv Co. 

4. Pavne. Todd Central 

5. Heller. Lex. Catholic 



Time— 11.2 



220 Yard Dash— 

1. Bovd. Harrodsburg 

2. Klare. Bellevue 

3. Price, Henry Co. 

4. Crooks. Paris 

5. Norman, Providence 



440 Yard Run— 



Crooks, Paris 
Tuerpe, Davton 
Kirby. Trigg Co. 
Hushes. Somerset 
Torrence. Auburn 



Time— 25.8 



Time — 59.3 



Madison 
Todd Central 
Russellville 
Henry County 
Burgin 



Long Jump — 



880 Yard Relay— 

1. Bellevue 

2. Madison 

3 Russellville 

4. Providence 

5. Burgin 



Time— 51.5 



Time— 1:48.2 



880 Yard Medley Relay— 

1. Madison 

2. Paris 

3. Burgin 

4. Russell Co. 

5. Ft. Campbell 

Time- 
Mile Relay— 

1. Dayton 

2. Fort "Campbell 

3. Harrodsburg 

4. Providence 

5. Lex. Catholic 



1:52.7 



Time— 4:13.3 



Shot Put — 



1. Holz, St. Henry 

2. McCloud. Madison Model 

3. Yeast. Harrodsburg 

4. Zackary. Webster Co. 

5. Oakley. Providence 

Distance — 38' 3" 



880 Yard Run — 

1. Porter. Owen Co. 

2. Walker. Menifee Co. 

3. Corum, N. Bullitt 

4. Kerney. Fulton City 

5. Besten. Lex. Catholic 

Time— 2:26.6 

Mile Run — 

1. Hood. Ft. Campbell 

2. Porter. Owen Co. 

3. Farler. Dilce Combs 

4. Clark. Raceland 

5. Stander. Ludlow 

Time — 5:23.5 



Discus — 

1. Ware. Todd Central 

2. Zachary, Webster Co. 

3. Cummings. McLean Co. 

4. Jackson. Frankfort 

5. Stevens, Raceland 
Distance - 115' 11' 



High Jump — 



Revis. Jenkins 
Warren. Lex. Catholic 
Terry, Carlisle County 
Luthy, Bellevue 
Linneman, St. Henry 

Height— 5' 



1. Boyd, Harrodsburg 

2. Deaton, Green Co. 

3. Bowman. Burgin 

4. Newton. Bethlehem 

5. Collins, Augusta 

Distance- 



16' 9-5i' 



TOTAL POINTS 



Harrodsburg 24 

Bellevue — - 21 

Richmond Madison 20 

Todd County — — 12 

Lexington Catholic 12 

Paris -- -- — 12 

Fort Campbell -- 11 

Dayton __ __ -- 10 

Owen County 10 

Burgin — 8 

Henry County __ 8 

St. Henry — 6'/ 2 

Webster Co. 6 

Providence -_ 6 

Russellville 6 

Olmsfead . - --- 6 

Jenkins -_ _ ... -- 6 

Hickman County 5 

Raceland __ — 5 

Green County 4 

Richmond Model — .. 4 

Mercer County __ 4 

Menifee County — „ 4 

Dilce Combs 3 

McLean County __ 3 

Trigg County ._ 3 

North Bullitt — 3 

Carlisle County 3 

Bethlehem __ -- 2 

Russell County 2 

Frankfort __ __ — — 2 

Somerset 2 

Augusta __ 1 

Bardstown 1 

Ludlow __ 1 

Auburn 1 

Fulton __ .. l A 

Washington County Vi 



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Page Seven 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS A BOYS 

Universily of Kentucky Sportscenter, Lexington, May 21, 1977 

Bardslown High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left to Right) First Row: Warren Downs, Timmy Downs, Jeff Hickman, Jeff Phillips. Second Row: Frankie Hibbs, 
John Knott, Greg Hickman, Sammy Samuels, Carlton Allen, Jimmy Phillips. David Kimberland. 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Dean. Madison 

2. Meaux. Harrodsburg 

3. Syndor, Russellville 

4. Alexander. Trigg Co. 



5. Dawahare, Sayre 



Time— 10.0 



180 Yard Low Hurdles- 

1. Jones, Bath Co. 

2. Summerlin, Sayre 

3. Turner. Madison 

4 Phillips, Bardstown 
5. Clark. Lewisburg 



220 Yard Dash— 

1. Meaux, Harrodsburg 

2. Dean, Madison 

3. Syndor. Russellville 

4. Dawahare. Sayre 

5. Hardin. Bellevue 



Triple Jump — 

1. Kimberland. Bardstown 

2. Hickman. Bardstown 

3. Ahrens, Bellevue 

4. Buchanan. Ballard Memorial 



Time— 21.0 



5. Garrard. Paris 



Distance — 46' 5" 



880 Yard Relay- 



Time— 22.6 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



Madison 
Trigg Co. 
Murray 
Somerset 
Owen County 



Time— 1:31.9 



440 Yard Dash— 

1. Mounce, Somerset 

2. Simons, Fleming Co. 

3. Allen, Bardstown 

4. Woods. Paris 

5. Crowder, Allen Co. 

Time— 51.2 

880 Yard Dash — 

1. Narramore. Jenkins 

2. Heise. Bellevue 

3. Burgin. Harrodsburg 

4. Jacobs. Paris 

5. Back. Univer. Breckinridge 

Time — 1 :59.9 

Mile Run — 

1. Raines. Univer. Breckinridge 

2. Narramore, Jenkins 

3. Heise, Bellevue 

4. Bach. Univer. Breckinridge 

5. Shuman. Lexington Catholic 

Time — 4:22.7 

Two Mile Run — 

1. Narramore. Jenkins 

2. Raines. Univer. Breckinridge 

3. Kiser. West Carter 

4. Jareckv. Sayre 

5. Schauffus. Bellevue 

Time— 9:50.0 

120 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Summerlin, Sayre 

2. Beard. Russellville 

3. Clark, Lewisburg 

4. Phillips. Bardstown 

5. Holt. Somerset 

Time— 15.0 



Mile Relay- 



1. Bardstown 

2. Bellevue 

3. Lexington Catholic 

4. Somerset 

5. Paris 

Time— 3:31.1 

Shot Put— 

1. Chirm, Williamsburg 

2. Lane. Murray 

3. Doersam. Ludlow 

4. Chase. Corbin 

5. Smith. Nicholas 

Distance — 48' 6" 

High Jump — 

1. May. Harrodsburg 

2. Richardson. Murray 
3 Rose. Fulton City 

4. Williamson, Russellville 

5. Kappas. Bishop Brossart 

Distance— 6' 3" 

Pole Vault— 



Boedal. Ft. Campbell 
Turner. Edmondson Co. 
McHugh, Murray 
Cramer. Bellevue 
Kirkoatrick. Metcalf Co. 

Height— 12' 6" 



Long Jump — 

1. Hickman. Bardstown 

2. Syndor. Russellville 

3. Turner. Madison 

4. Skinner. Murray 

5. Hardin, Fairview 

Distance— 21' 11 3/4" 



Discus — 

1. Walter. Webster Co. 

2. Cole. Todd Central 

3. Miller Carroll Co. 

4. Chase. Corbin 

5. Dungan, Somerset 

Distance— 135' 10 1/2" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Bardstown — 29 

Richmond Madison 22 

Harrodsburg __ 19 

Bellevue .- — ■ 19 

Russellville 16 

Murray .___ 16 

Webster County 16 

Jenkins 16 

Lexington Sayre -- 15 

University Breckinridge . 13 

Somerset __ . 12 

Ft. Campbell 6 

Trigg Co. 6 

Paris ._ 6 

Bath Co. _ — 6 

Edmonson Co. 4 

Todd County 4 

Central 4 

Lewisburg „ _ 4 

Lex. Catholic 4 

Fleming County ._ 4 

Corbin 3 

Carroll County „ 3 

Fulton City .— 3 

Williamsburg 3 

Ludlow 3 

West Carter -- — 3 

Ballard Memorial __ 2 

Nicholas County 2 

Fairview ._ 1 

Metcalfe County .. 1 

Bishop Brosserl 1 

Owen County .. 1 

Allen County 1 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1977 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AA GIRLS 

University of Kentucky Sports Center, Lexington, May 21, 1977 

Bryan Station High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Renee Dixon, Janet Fishback, Hazel Adams, Charlene Hill Angela Gay, Bennyce 
Hamilton. Second Row: Alvina Jeurelt, Tina Eerans, Stephanie Young, Coach Reba Woodall, Teresa Logan, Valerie 
Logan, Dedra Fisher, Manager. Third Row: Gloria Snow, Pat Hall, Debbie Williams, Victoria Gay, Vannessa Smith. 



60 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Logan, Bryan Station 

2. Lynn, Paducah Tilghman 

3. Hanley, LaRue County 

4. Young. Bryan Station 



5. Phoenix. Dixie Heights 



Time— 8.1 



Mile Run — 

1. Beumel, Apollo 

2. Witt. Bourbon County 

3. Johnson, Apollo 

4. Straight. Woodford County 

5. Massie. Hopkinsville 

Time — 5:09.0 

440 Yard Relay— 



110 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Logan. Bryan Station 

2. Young, Bryan Station 

3. Lynn, Paducah Tilghman 

4. Phoenix, Dixie Heights 

5. Hanley, LaRue 

Time— 14.5 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Maxwell. Paducah Tilghman 

2. Gay. Bryan Station 

3. Blackburn. Henry Clay 

4. Werner, Apollo 

5. Watkins, Madisonville 

Time— 10.9 



220 Yard Dash— 

1. Maxwell. Paducah Tilghman 

2. Pinner, Calloway County 

3. Carver, Warren Central 

4. Gay. Bryan Station 

5. Watkins. Madisonville 

Time— 25.0 



440 Yard Dash— 

1. Pendygraft. Barren County 

2. Pinner. Calloway County 

3. Taylor, Jessamine County 

4. Glore. Paducah Tilghman 

5. Huelette. Conner 

Time — 58.7 



880 Yard Run — 

1. Beumel. Apollo 

2. Judge, Franklin County 

3. Jackson, Henderson County 

4. Tyler. Paducah Tilghman 

5. Clift, Simon Kenton 

Time— 2:18.9 



1. Paducah Tilghman 

2. Bryan Station 

3. Henry Clay 

4. Henderson County 

5. Warren Central 







Time— 48.5 


880 Yard Relay— 






l. 


Bryan Station 






2. 


Henderson County 






3. 


Fort Knox 






4. 


Warren Central 






5. 


Bowline Green 










Time- 


-1 :44.5 


880 Yard Medley Relay— 




1 


Barren County 






2. 


Madisonville 






3. 


North Hardin 






4. 


Christian Countv 






5. 


Franklin Countv 










Time- 


-1:50.7 


Mile Relay— 






l. 


Owensboro 






2. 


Apollo 






3. 


Bowling Green 






4. 


Boone Countv 






5. 


Franklin Countv 










Time- 


-4:04.1 


Shot Put — 






l. 


Haves, Bowling Green 




2. 


Fogle. Lafayette 






3. 


Willingham. Henderson 




4. 


Ballew, Apollo 






5. 


Grundv. Elizabethtc 


wn 






Distance- 


-40' 2" 



Discus — 

1. Willingham. Henderson Countv 

2. Gay. Bryan Station 

3. Williams. Newport 

4. Phillips. Tates Creek 

5. Haves. Bowling Green 

Distance— 123' 5' 



High Jump — 

1. Williams. Bryan Station 

2. Smiley. Madisonville 

3. Waggoner, Marshall County 

4. Ausbun. Paul Blazer 

5. Dargo. Warren Central 

Height— 5' 7 1/4" 
Williams set a state record in this 
event with her height of 5' 7 1/4". 

Long Jump — 

1. Givens. Henderson County 

2. Clark. Paducah Tilghman 

3. Glore, Paducah Tilghman 

4. Blackburn, Henry Clay 

5. King, North Hardin 

Distance — 17' 3 5/8" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Bryan Station 44 

Paducah Tilghman _. 36 

Henderson County 24 

Apollo — 23 

Barren County __ 12 

Bowling Green __ . .__ 11 

Madisonville 10 

Henry Clay __ __ 8 

Calloway County 8 

Warren Central __ 7 

Owensboro -._ 6 

Franklin County . 6 

Lafayette __ 4 

North Hardin .. 4 

Bourbon County 4 

LaRue County 4 

Marshall County 3 

Newport 3 

Dixie Heights __ . 3 

Jessamine County __ 3 

Ft. Knox 3 

Tates Creek _. 2 

Paul Blazer 2 

Woodford County 2 

Christian County __ 2 

Boone County 2 

Hopkinsville 1 

Conner __ 1 

Simon Kenlon 1 

Elizabethtown __ 1 



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Page Nine 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET - CLASS AAA BOYS 

Louisville, Kentucky — May 21, 1977 

Valley High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 




(Left to High!) Kneeling: B. Lay. Mark Jankowicz, T. Kuhn. D. Skaggs. R. Whalen, K. Lulz, D. Murray; Standing: 
Coach C Miichell, Ass't Coach B. Renn, C Nazario, F. Simmons, A. Agee, B. Greschel, V. Shaw, Mail Jankowicz, 
C. Skaggs, G. Denkins, Mgr. L. Sairetl, Mgr. G. Wade. 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Agee. Valley 

2. Gray, Durrett 

3. Crumes, Trinity 

4. Shelburn, Eastern 

5. Smith, Manual 

Time— 9.6 
Agee tied state record with his 
time of 9.6. 



220 Yard Dash— 

1. Agee, Valley 

2. Gray. Durrett 

3. Crumes, Trinity 

4. Trowell. Durrett 

5. Reid. Male 



Mile Hun — 



McKey. Southern 
Demic, Doss 
Willie. Trinity 
Earley. Waggener 
Ruark. Moore 



Time— 4:26.3 



Two Mile Run- 



Pipkin. Atherton 
Demic. Doss 
Hinkle. Stuart 
Willenbrink. St. Xavier 
Carver. Male 

Time— 9:51 



Time— 21.7 



880 Yard Relay— 



440 Yard Dash— 

1. Shelburn. Eastern 

2. Reid. Male 

3. Garnett. Central 

4. Keeling, Jeffersontown 

5. Skaggs. Valley 

Time — 48.8 



120 Yard High Hurdles— 

1. Simmons. Valley 

2 Caulfield. Jeffersontown 

3. LaPaille. Pleasure Ridge Park 

4. Swann. Durrett 

5. Simpson. Durrett 

Time— 14.2 



1. Durrett 

2. Trinity 

3. Eastern 
4 Manual 
5. Central 



Mile Relay— 

1. Eastern 

2. Jeffersontown 

3. Central 

4. Valley 

5. Moore 



Time— 1:28.6 



Pole Vault— 

1. Elam. Male 

2. Wesley. Trinity 

3. Ray. Stuart 

4. Meyers. St. Xavier 

5. Meibers. St. Xavier 

Distance— 12' 6" 



Triple Jump— 

1. Agee. Valley 

2. Cleasant. Male 

3. Smith, Trinity 

4. Trowell, Durrett 

5. Fox. Pleasure Ridge Park 

Distance— 46' 11" 



Discus — 

1. Greschel. Valley 

2. Katchen, Valley 

3. Morton. Jeffersontown 

4. Beavens. Male 

5. Simpson. Eastern 

Distance— 157' 7" 



Time— 3:26.1 



180 Yard Low Hurdles— 

1. LaPaille. Pleasure Ridge Park Long Jump 

2. Caulfield. Jeffersontown 

3. Simmons, VallePy 

4. Simpson, Durrett 

5. Swann. Durrett 

Time— 19.3 



Shot Put — 

1. Wolff, Western 

2. Ford. Stuart 

3. Portis. Thomas Jefferson 

4. Bowens. Durrett 

5. Tostricks. Trinity 
Distance— 51' 3 1/4" 



Agee. Valley 

2. Gray. Durrett 

3. Caulfield. Jeffersontown 

4. Cleasant. Male 

5. Sommerville, Butler 

Distance— 22' 4.75' 



880 Yard Run — 

1. Edwards. Moore 

2. Hale. Valley 

3. Connell. Trinity 

4. Stolz. Trinity 

5. Cowherd. St. Xavier 

Time 



High Jump — 

1. Logsdon, Iroquois 

2. Biasi, Trinity 

3. Maupin. St. Xavier 

4. Zahn, Bishop David 

5. Trowell, Durrett 

Distance — 6' 



TOTAL POINTS 



Valley *0 

Durrett 31 

Trinity _. 30 

Jeffersontown 20 

Male 20 

Eastern _. If 

Pleasure Ridge Park 10 

Stuart 1° 

St. Xavier 9 

Moore • 

Doss -_ J 

Central ~ 

Atherton * 

Western _- ■ 

Iroquois • 

Southern ._ — J 

Manual * 

Thomas Jefferson 3 

Waggener __ .. * 

Bishop David J 

Butler 1 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1977 



Forty-Fourth Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Boys 
University of Kentucky — Lexington, Kentucky — June 3. 4, 1977 

SINGLES 

QUARTER- SEMI- 
FINALS FINALS FINALS 

M. Purccll-Murray 





T. Morton-Bowling Green 


Purcell 


Purcell 






(default) 
Watson 






S. Shadowen-Bishop David 






6-0; 6-1 
Jtfnes 




J. Watson-R. Model 


J. Watson-Richmond Model 








J. Johnson-Owensboro 


6-1; 6-1 

Jones 




7-6; 6-1 
I. King-Henry Clay 


Purcell 




}. King-Henry Clay 


6-0; 6-1 

Pure 








T. Vaughn-Lloyd Mem. 


6-0; 5-7; 6-2 
W. Jones-Waggener 






1 6-2; 6-1 
Leasure 










B. Leasure-Russell 






6-4; 6-2 






M. Fones-Franklin-Simpson 






3-6; 6-3; 7-6 


=11 





M. Alvarez-Louis. Trinity 


Alvarez 


Alvarez 


6-2- 




C. Nunn-George R. Clark 


Alvarez 




6-1; 6-1 
Clark 




T. Clark- Waggener 




6-2; 6-1 
Behr 


B. Austin-Murray 


B. Austin-Murray 




D. Randall-Fairdale 


6-4; 6-0 

S. Pitts-Franklin County 


7-6; 6-4 
Plain 


S. Pitts-Franklin Co. 


6-2; 7-6 






B. Lake-Russell 


6-1; 6-4 
S. Plain-Owensboro 




6-0; 6-4 
Behr 










M. Simms-Bellevue 


6-3; 3-6; 6-1 






M. Behr-Central 






6-2; 6-2 







DOUBL 

Lloyd Memorial 


ES 

Central 


Central 






Central 






7-6; 5-7; 6-4 
Rich. Model 




Russell 


Richmond Model 






6-3; 6-4 
Ballard 




Bowling Green 


Bowling Green 




Stuart 


6-4; 6-2 
Ballard 


Ballard 


■ 6-4; 6-4 
Owensboro 




7-6; 2-6; 7-6 


Owensboro 


| 6-1; 6-4 
Ballard 






6-4; 6-2 
Henry Clay 






Murray 






3-6; 6-3; 7-6 






Henry Clay 






6-3; 7-5 





THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1977 



Page Eleven 



Eighteenth Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Girls 
University of Kentucky — Lexington. Kentucky — June 3, 4. 1977 

SINGLES 
QUARTER- SEMI- 
FINALS FINALS 



FINALS 



W. StodghillAtherton 


Stodghill 


Stodghill 


Stodghill 


Dougherty 








Bye 


Schutzman 








M. Schutzman-Notre Dame 


6-0; 6-0 
Burke 




Bye 






Burke 








R. Burke-Murray 


6-2; 6-2 
Dougherty 










Olins 








C. Watson-Model 


6-2; 6-1 
Dougherty 




C Olin-Stuart 






6-1; 5-7; 3-2 

default 

Dougherty 




A. Dougherty-Sacred Heart 




Bye 


6-1; 6-3 

Ramser 






Norris 




T. Norris-Owensboro 




Bye 


6-0; 6-4 
Moore 




D. Moore-Hazard 


Moore 




G. Manship-Caverna 


6-2; 6-2 
Kuhlman 




L. Barnum-Ky. Country Day 


6-4; 6-0 
Barnum ffl 








Bye 


6-4; 6-3 
Nutter 




G. Nutter-Paris 


Nutter 






Ramser 


Bye 


6-0; 6-0 


M. Forman-Somerset 


Hertzman 






J. Hertzman-Ballard 


6-3; 6-1 
Kuhlman 




S. Kuhlman-Notre Dame 


6-3; 6-3 
Kuhlman 








Bye 


7-6; 6-1 
Ramser 






Austin 




J. Austin-Murray 




Bye 


6-2; 6-1 
O'Bryan 






O'Bryan 




J. 0"Bryan-Owensboro 




J. Ruppert-Boyd County 






5-7; 6-3; 6-3 
Eggleston 


6-0; 6-3 




S. Eggleston-Russellville 




Bye 


6-1; 6-1 
Ramser 






Simpson 




C. Simpson-Scott County 




Bye 


6-0; 6-1 






Ramser 








Bye 


6-0; 6-0 




B. Ramser-Presentation 











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DOUBLES 



SEMI- 
FINALS 



FINALS 



Sacred Heart 


Sacred Heart 


Sacred Heart 


Sacred Heart 








Bye 


Glasgow 








Glasgow 


6-2; 6-3 
Highlands 




Bye 




Presentation 








Danville 


6-4; 6-1 
Murray 








Presentation 


6-4; 6-2 
Highlands 








Highlands 


7-6; 6-3; 6-1 
Central 




Bye 




Russell 


Sacred Heart 


Russell 


6-3; 4-6; 76 


Bye 




Central 




Central 




6-1; 6-2 
Murray 




Bye 






Owensboro 








Owensboro 


6-0; 6-0 




Henry Clay 




Murray 




Murray 




6-2; 6-1 




Bye 











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Tates Creek 


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Tates Creek 


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Owensboro 


16 


Owensboro 




8 


Owensboro 




Montgomery County 


2 











Tournament Officials 

William East. Hopkinsville 
Robert Kouns, South Shore 
Ron Marlette, Frankfort 
Vic Travis, Lexington 



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SEPTEMBER 1977 




FOOTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association set the football dis- 
tricts and regions for 1977 and 1978 as follows: 

CLASS A 

REGION I 

District 1 — 

Ballard Memorial, Crittenden County, Fort 
Campbell, Fulton, Fulton County, Russellville 
District 2— 

Campbellsville, Caverna, Clinton County, Ga- 
maliel, Hancock County, Metcalfe County, Tomp- 
kinsville 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, 
Madison. Mercer County, Paris 
District 2— 

Beth Haven, Eminence, Evangel, Frankfort, 
Kentucky Country Day, Owen County, Trimble 
County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Dayton, Ludlow 
District 2— 

Fairview, Maysville, Nicholas County, Raceland 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Cumberland, Harlan, Lynch, Lynn Camp, 
Pineville, Williamsburg 
District 2— 

Betsy Layne, Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, 
Jenkins, Mullins, Paintsville, Phelps, Virgie, 
Wheelwright 

CLASS AA 

REGION I 

District 1 — 

Caldwell County, Heath, Mayfield, Murray, 
Todd Central, Trigg County 
District 2— 

Adair County. Allen County, Butler County, 
Edmonson County, Glasgow, Green County, Hart 
County, Taylor County, Warren East 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Anderson, Bardstown, East Hardin, Fort Knox, 
LaRue County, North Bullitt, Washington County, 
West Hardin 
District 2— 

Bath County, Carroll County, Fleming County, 
Henry County, Lewis County, Rowan County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Boyle County, Casey County, Estill County, 
Garrard County, Russell County, Somerset, Wayne 
County 
District 2— 

Bell County, Corbin, Evarts, Middlesboro 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Hazard, Johns Creek. M. C. Napier, Whites- 
burg 
District 2— 

East Carter, Louisa, Morgan County, Pikeville. 
Prestonsburg, West Carter 



CLASS AAA 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Lone Oak, Reidland, Union County, Webster 
County 
District 2— 

Barren County, Franklin-Simpson, McLean 
County, Ohio County, Warren Central 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, Grayson 
County, Meade County, Oldham County, Shelby 
County 
District 2— 

Bourbon County, Danville, Harrison County, 
Madison Central, Montgomery County, Scott Coun- 
ty, Woodford County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Conner, Covington Catholic. Highlands, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Catholic 
District 2 — 

Jessamine County, Knox Central. Lincoln 
County, Rockcastle County, Whitley County 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Breathitt County, Clay County, James A. Ca- 
wood, Leslie County 
District 2— 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell 

CLASS AAAA — JEFFERSON COUNTY 

District 1 — 

Bishop David, Butler. Doss, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Shawnee, Valley, Western 
District 2— 

Ahrens, Central, DeSales, Fairdale, Male, 
Moore, Southern, Stuart 
District 3 — 

Atherton, Fern Creek, Iroquois, Jeffersontown, 
Manual, St. Xavier, Seneca 
District 4— 

Ballard, Durrett, Eastern, Thomas Jefferson, 
Trinity, Waggener. Westport 

CLASS AAAA — STATE 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Bowling Green. Christian County, Hopkins- 
ville, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall Coun- 
ty, Paducah Tilghman 
District 2— 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County. 
Owensboro. Owensboro Catholic 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Bullitt Central, Marion County, Nelson Coun- 
ty. North Hardin 
District 2— 

Franklin County, George Rogers Clark. Laurel 
County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Henry Clay, Lafayette 
Bryan Station, Tates Creek 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie Heights, 
Holmes, Simon Kenton 
District 2— 

Boyd County, Greenup County, Paul G. Blazer 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XL 



SEPTEMBER 1977 



$1.00 Per Year 



K. H. S. A. A. Board of Control 
Officers 1977-78 





Ray Story 



Norman Passmore, Sr. 



Ray Story, Principal of North Hardin High 
School, Radcliff, was elected President of the 
Board of Control at the summer meeting of the 
directors, held on July 29, 1977. Norman Pass- 
more, Assistant Principal of Henry Clay High 
School, Lexington, was named Board Vice- 
President. 

Ray Story is a native of Lincoln County 
where he attended Memorial High School and 
was a varsity player in basketball and baseball. 
After graduation he earned a B.S. Degree at 
Campbellsville, a M.A. Degree and a Rank I 
from Western Kentucky University. 

Mr. Story began teaching in the Vine Grove 
Elementary School in 1960 then moved to the 
North Hardin High School in 1963. He became 
Assistant Principal in 1965, assuming his present 
post in 1967. 

Mr. Story is active in civic, church and pro- 
fessional activities. He has served as chairman of 
the Planning and Zoning Commission, charter 
president of the Optomist Club, president of the 
4th District Principals Association and is on the 
Board of Directors of the K.A.S.S.P. serving as 
membership chairman. 

He is married to Sue Cecil of Stephensburg, 
who is a teacher. They have two children, Mark 
and Tim, and are members of the Vine Grove 
Baptist Church. 

Norman Passmore, Sr., is a graduate of Roose- 
velt High School, East Chicago, Indiana, and was 
a member of the football, basketball and track 
teams, the Boys' Chorus, and the National Honor 
Society. Following graduation from Roosevelt, 
Norman attended Kentucky State University. Fol- 
lowing graduation from Kentucky State, he at- 
tended the University of Michigan for one summer 
and completed his work on his masters degree 
at the State University of Iowa. He was awarded 
the Valley Forge Classroom Teachers Medal by 
Freedom's Foundation in 1962. He completed work 
in high school administration at the University 
of Kentucky. 

Mr. Passmore has served as head football 
coach at Kentucky State University and as assist- 
ant football and head football coach and assistant 
basketball coach at Dunbar High School, and has 
served as Associate Principal of Henry Clay High 
School since 1967. 

Mr. Passmore is married to Mrs. Lillian McGee 



Passmore and they have three children. During his 
spare time he serves as Pastor of St. Matthews 
A.M.E. Church, Midway, and Perkins Chapel 
A.M.E., Wilmore. He also is a member of the Al- 
pha Phi Alpha Fraternity and the Phi Alpha Theta 
National Historical Fraternity as well as a Ken- 
tucky Colonel. 



Brice B. Durbin To Lead 
National Federation 

(National Federation Press Service) . . . BRICE 
B. DURBIN, who was named Executive Secretary- 
Designate of the National Federation of State High 
School Associations in February of last year, took 
over the reins of leadership at the National Federa- 
tion headquarters office in Elgin, Illinois on August 
1, 1977. The former Executive Secretary for the 
Kansas State High School Activities Association 
replaces Clifford B. Fagan, who retired on Septem- 
ber 1. 

Mr. Durbin is Secretary of the National Basket- 
ball Committee of the United States and Canada 
which formulates the rules for virtually all ama- 
teur basketball competition played in America. 
He has served as supervisor of basketball officials 
for the Big 8 Athletic Conference. 

A long-time member of the National Alliance 
Football Rules Committee. Mr. Durbin will be- 
come Secretary of the National Federation Foot- 
ball Rules Committee which constructs the rules 
that are official for interscholastic football com- 
petition in 47 states and the District of Columbia. 

Mr. Durbin has represented the National Feder- 
ation on the United States Olympic Track and 
Field Committee, the United States Track and 
Field Federation Executive Committee, and the 
Executive Committee of the Amateur Basketball 
Association of the United States of America for 
which he is presently secretary-treasurer. 

A graduate of Central Missouri State College, 
Mr. Durbin earned a Master's of Science Degree 
in School Administration at the University of 
Missouri in 1949. He coached basketball, football 
and track at Marysville. Arkansas City and Hutch- 
inson high schools in Kansas from 1949 to 1956. 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Kenlake State 
Park, Aurora, Kentucky, on Friday morning, July 
29, 1977. The meeting was called to order by 
President George Sauer, Jr., at 10:00 A.M. Present 
were Board members Ray Story, Denval Barriger, 
Jack Burkich, Joseph McPherson, Eldon David- 
son, Norman Passmore. Glendon Ravenscraft and 
C. W. Jones; Commissioner Tom Mills and As- 
sistant Commissioners Dianne Caines, Louis Stout 
and Billy Wise. Conley Manning was present 
representing the State Department of Education. 
The invocation was given by Jack Burkich. 

Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Paul 
Trimble, to accept the minutes of the last meeting 
as submitted. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Sauer introduced Mr. Zeb Blanken- 
ship who was elected to represent Section 6 and 
presented plaques to Eldon Davidson and C. W 
(Continued on Page Three) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1977 



SEPTEMBER, 1977 



VOL. XL—No. 2 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3. 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor — TOM MILLS 

Acj^istani Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Alsistanl EdU« —V" — - DIANNEH CAINES 

Assistant Editor .. JVSrHJV™*? 

Assistant Editor .. „ BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Ray Story (1974-1978) Radcliff 

Vice-Pres. Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington 

Directors Denval Barriger (1975-1979), Bowling Green; 

Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Jack Burkich 
(1976-1980). Whilesburg; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980). 
Louisville; Glendon Ravenscraft (1976-1979), Alexandria; 
George Sauer (1974-1978), Louisville; Paul Trimble (1976- 
1980) .Paintsville. Conley Manning, State Dept. of Educa- 
tion representative. 

Subscription Rate $1-0° per year 

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Basketball Clinics 

The 1977-78 required rules meetings for basket- 
ball officials and head coaches will be conducted 
by Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise. Other 
members of the coaching staff, scorers and timers 
are urged to attend. The dates, times and sites for 
the meetings are as follows: 

October 4, Bell County High School, Pineville, 
7:00 P.M. 

October 5, Hazard High School, Hazard, 7:00 
P.M. 

October 6, Prestonsburg High School, Pres- 
tonsburg, 7:00 P.M. 

October 10, Morehead State University, More- 
head, 7:00 P.M. 

October 11, Community College, Ashland, 
7:00 P.M. 

October 12, Mason County High School, Mays- 
ville, 7:00 P.M. 

October 13, Holmes High School, Covington, 
7:00 P.M. 

October 17, Apollo High School, Owensboro, 
7:00 P.M. 

October 18, Paducah Tilghman High School, 
Paducah, 7:00 P.M. 

October 19, Murray State University, Murray, 
7:00 P.M. 

October 20, Hopkinsville High School, Hop- 
kinsville, 7:00 P.M. 

October 24, Bowling Green High School, Bowl- 
ing Green, 7:00 P.M. 

October 25, Elizabethtown High School, Eliza- 
bethtown, 7:00 P.M. 

October 26, Stouffer's Inn, Louisville. 7:00 P.M. 

October 27, Henry Clay High School, Lexing- 
ton, 7:00 P.M. 

October 31. Somerset High School, Somerset, 
7: 0Q P.M. 

Attention Officials! 

The attention of all registered K.H.S.A.A. 
football, basketball, wrestling and baseball offi- 
cials is called to By-Law 28, Section 9, which pro- 
vides that the official shall be supplied with an 
emblem which he shall wear on his shirt sleeve. 
The emblem is to be worn on the left shoulder 
shirt sleeve approximately one and one-half inches 
below the shoulder seam. The rectangular em- 
blems are of these colors; green for the "regis- 
tered" official, red for the "approved" and blue 
for the "certified". It does not have the year 



on it so that it's use is not limited to a single 
season unless the status of the official changes. 

Recommended uniforms are as follows: 

Football — black and white striped shirt (long 
or short sleeves), black baseball cap with white 
piping, white knee pants, black belt, black stock- 
ings, black shoes and laces. 

Basketball (Boys) — black and white striped 
shirt (short sleeves, long sleeves by special per- 
mission), black trousers, black belt, black shoes 
and laces; 

Basketball (Girls) — black and white striped 
shirt (short sleeves, long sleeves by special per- 
mission), black slacks, black belt, black shoes and 
laces; 

Baseball — navy blue or black trousers, black 
athletic leather shoes (not football shoes), navy 
blue coat or jacket, navy blue shirt if working 
coatless, white shirt if wearing coat or jacket, 
white shirt on bases if all umpires are dressed 
the same, umpire's navy cap (no players caps), 
indicator and mask of choice, inner protector or 
inflated protector (inflate type if official desires 
to purchase), black belt, black shoe laces, black 
tie with white shirt. 

FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky College of Education. The code 
letters "e, j, s, c, a" refer to elementary, junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 

Football 
BALL HANDLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel 
$2.00. 

Fundamentals of ball handling are stressed; 
stance, grip, "feel" of the ball, fingertip control 
adjustments before throwing or kicking, receiving 
passes from center or from a back, catching passes 
and punts, ways of carrying a ball, and changing 
from one hand to another. Game shots are pre- 
sented, using slow motion and stop action tech- 
niques, and superimposed animation to illustrate 
principles. 
BLOCKING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c. 1 reel, $2.00. 

Fundamentals of good blocking are taught in 
this film; position, speed, drive, follow-through, 
timing, and body control. Describes shoulder and 
body blocks, demonstrating several varieties of 
these. Importance of good physical condition, 
practice, and experience are emphasized. Special 
photography used to illustrate different points. 
FOOTBALL BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (30 
min.) color, $1.00. 

The film will give to the viewer a better un- 
derstanding and a keener appreciation of foot- 
ball. Modern photography presents many play 
situations that portray the guidelines used by of- 
ficials in making judgment decisions so necessary 
in this sport. 

GOAL TO GOAL, 28 min.; color, $115.00; black 
& white, $75.00. 

This film provides a dramatic visual approach 
to a better understanding of the rules of football 
for players, coaches, officials and spectators. 
Special attention is given to the passing and kick- 
ing games as well as such other areas of the rules 
as blocking restrictions, snapping infractions, the 
neutral zone, legal and illegal shift and motion. 
POINT O^ CONTACT-BLOCKING AND TACK- 
LING TECHNIQUES. 17 min., color, 16mm. 

This picture was produced by the National 
Federation of State High School Associations to 
explain the rules relating to butt-blocking and 
face-tackling. The film uses all modern motion 
picture techniques including graphics, stop action 
and slow motion to explain the reason football 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1977 



Page Three 



rules committees are concerned with the tech- 
niques of butt-blocking and face-tackling. 
TACKLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel $2.00. 
Tackling properly is shown as the result of 
application of certain fundamentals: good phy- 
sical condition, speed, body placement, drive, sure 
grip, timing, and body control. Shoulder and cross 
body tackles are demonstrated in various ways, 
with special instruction for safety and means of 
reducing shock. 

BOARD MINUTES 

(Continued from Page One) 
Jones, in appreciation for service rendered to 
member schools during their tenure on the Board 
of Control. 

Mr. George Sauer then thanked the members 
of the Board for the support they gave him while 
serving as President for the past year and turned 
the chair over to Ray Story, the newly elected 
President. 

Mr. Mills presented the eligibility case of 
Ronnie Greer, a student at Taylor County High 
School. Ronnie is ineligible under the provisions 
of By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule. After hear- 
ing the facts in the case, Paul Trimble moved, 
seconded by Glendon Ravenscraft, that the Trans- 
fer Rule not be waived in this case. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Tom Mills then presented a let- 
ter from Prin. Floyd Brown, Madisonville-North 
Hopkins High School, requesting a ruling on the 
eligibility status of Todd Shadowen for the 1977- 
78 school year. Todd was ruled ineligible for the 
1976-77 school year under the provisions of By- 
Law 6, Section 1, but played football and basket- 
ball under a restraining order issued by the 
Hopkins Circuit Court. Following a lengthy dis- 
cussion of the case, George Sauer moved, seconded 
by Paul Trimble, that Todd Shadowen be de- 
clared ineligible to represent Madisonville-North 
Hopkins High School in athletics until he has 
been enrolled there for a period of thirty-six 
school weeks beginning with the last time he 
participated in an athletic contest at Madisonville- 
North Hopkins High School in violation of the 
rules and regulations of this Association. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

President Story appointed the following Com- 
mittees: 

Basketball Committee — Chairman Denval 
Barriger, Vice Chairman Jack Burkich, Ray Story, 
Norman Passmore, Glendon Ravenscraft 

Football Committee — Chairman George Sauer, 
Vice Chairman Joseph McPherson, Denval Barri- 
ger, Ray Story, Jack Burkich 

Minor Sports Committee — Chairman Paul 
Trimble, Vice Chairman Glendon Ravenscraft, 
Joseph McPherson, Zeb Blankenship, Ray Story 

Eligibility West — Chairman Joseph McPher- 
son, Vice Chairman Denval Barriger, George 
Sauer, Ray Story (Region 1 and 2 representative) 

Eligibility East — Chairman Glen Ravenscraft, 
Vice Chairman Norman Passmore, Jack Burkich, 
Zeb Blankenship, Paul Trimble 

Trophy Committee — Chairman Norman Pass- 
more, Vice Chairman Zeb Blankenship, Joseph 
McPherson, Dianne Caines, Billy Wise 

Retirement Committee — Chairman Jack Bur- 
kich, Vice Chairman Zeb Blankenship, George 
Sauer, Paul Trimble (Region 1 and 2 represen- 
tative) 

Staff Committee — Chairman George Sauer, 
Vice Chairman Paul Trimble, Denval Barriger, 
Norman Passmore. Glen Ravenscraft 

The Commissioner made a report on Associa- 
tion receipts and disbursements during the 1976- 
77 year and presented copies of the proposed 



1977-78 budget to the Board for consideration. 
Following the discussion, Paul Trimble moved 
that the 1976-77 audit report and the proposed 
budget for 1977-78 be approved. Denval Barriger 
seconded the motion and it passed unanimously. 
A complete audit will appear in the August issue 
of the "Athlete." 

Mr. Mills presented recommended proposals 
from the State Football Committee for considera- 
tion. The proposals dealt with possible changes 
in the present playoff system to become effective 
during the 1979-80 season. President Story re- 
quested the Football Committee of the Board of 
Control study these proposals and present their 
recommendations at the October meeting of the 
Board. 

Assistant Commissioner Dianne Caines pre- 
sented the bids received by the Trophy Committee 
on trophies for the 1977-78 school year. Bids were 
received from four different firms. After review- 
ing the bids, Norman Passmore moved, seconded 
by George Sauer that the bid submitted by the 
Riherd Sport Shop, Glasgow, Kentucky, be ac- 
cepted. The motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills explained that newly elected Board 
member, Arnold Oaken, had accepted a position 
with Murray State University, thereby creating 
a vacancy on the Board of Control in Section 1. 
He was instructed to fill the vacancy as outlined 
in Article IV, Section 2. of the Constitution. 

Glendon Ravenscraft moved, seconded by Paul 
Trimble, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning June 1, 1977, and ending June 
30, 1977, be allowed. The motion passed unani- 
mously. 

The next meeting date for the Board was 
scheduled for 10:00 A.M., Saturday, October 8, 
1977, at the K.H.S.A.A. Building in Lexington. 

There being no further business the meeting 
was adjourned. 

CORRECTION! 

Jack W. Kelley, Jr. of 413 Berry Avenue, Ash- 
land, Kentucky wants it stated in the ATHLETE 
that he is NOT the Jack Kelley named as appear- 
ing before the Board of Control on April 15, 1977, 
as stated in the Minutes of the Board Meeting. 

K.H.S.A.A. FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 



School 

Adair County 

Allen Co.-Scotts'vle 

Anderson County 

Apollo 

Atherton 

Ballard 

Ballard Memorial 

Bardstown 

Barren County 

Bath County 

Beechwood 

Belfry 

Bell County 

Bellevue 

Berea Community 

Beth Haven Chris. 

Betsv Layne 

Bishop David 

Boone County 

Bourbon County 

Bowline Green 

Boyd County 

Bovle County 

Breathitt County 

Rre~kinridee Co. 

Brvan Station 

Bullitt Central 

Butler 

Butler County 

Caldwell County 

Campbell County 

Campbellsville 

Carroll County 

Casey County 

Caverna 



1977-78 

Address 

Columbia 

Scottsville 

Lawrenceburg 

Owensboro 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Barlow 

Bardstown 

Glasgow 

Owingsville 

Ft. Mitchell 

Belfry 

Pineville 

Bellevue 

Berea 

Valley Station 

Betsy Layne 

Louisville 

Florence 

Paris 

Bowling Green 

Ashland 

Danville 

Jackson 

Harned 

Lexington 

Sheoherdsville 

Louisville 

Moreantown 

Princeton 

Alexandria 

Campbellsville 

Carrollton 

Liberty 

Horse Cave 



Coach 

Nelson Moore 
Bob Driver 
Pichard Hagy 
Fred Hamburg 
Dan Goble 
Bob Redman 
Ben Sydboten 
Garnis Martin 
•Terry Eubank 
Tevis Gray 
Bernie Barre 
Richard Roddy 
Roscoe Perkins 
Bill Baldridge 
Mike Elkin 
Joe Bailey 
Jimmie R. Cecil 
Denny Nash 
Owen Hauck 
Jack Massie 
Wilson Sears 
Greg Gregory 
Ed Rail 
Dudley Hilton 
Oscar Gardner 
Terry Clark 
Mike Manley 
Joe Hood 
Robert Green 
Al Giordano 
Rob Miller 
Harrv Reif 
C. McConnaughhay 
Mike Finney 
Tom Jones 



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Central Louisville 

Christian Countv Hopkinsville 
Clav Countv Manchester 

Clinton Countv Albanv 
Conner Hebron 

Corbin Corbin 

Covington Catholic Covington 
Crittenden County Marion 



Cumberland 

Danville 

Daviess Countv 

Dayton 

DeSales 

Dixie Heights 

Doss 

duPont Manual 

Durrett 

East Carter Co. 

East Hardin 

Eastern 



Cumberland 
Danville 
Owensboro 
Dayton 
Louisville 
Ft. Mitchell 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Grayson 
Glendale 
Middletown 



Edmonson County Brownsville 

Elizabethtown Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City Elkhorn City 

Eminence Eminence 

Estill County Irvine 

Evangel Louisville 

Evarts Evarts 

Fairdale Fairdale 

Fairview Ashland 

Fern Creek Louisville 

Fleming Countv Flemingsburg 

Fleming-Neon Fleming 

Fort Campbell Ft. Campbell 

Fort Knox Ft. Knox 

Frankfort Frankfort 

Franklin County Frankfort 

Franklin-Simpson Franklin 

Fulton Fulton 

Fulton Countv Hickman 

Gamaliel Gamaliel 

Garrard Countv Lancaster 

George R. Clark Winchester 

Glasgow Glasgow 

Gravson Countv Leitchfield 

Green Countv Greensburg 

Greenup Countv Greenup 

Hancock County Lewisport 

Harlan Harlan 

Harrison County Cvnthiana 

Harrodsburg Harrodsburg 

Hart Countv Munfordville 

Hazard Hazard 

Heath West Paducah 

Henderson County Henderson 

Henrv Clav Lexington 

Henrv Countv New Castle 

Highlands Ft. Thomas 

Holmes Covington 

Hopkinsville Hopkinsville 

Iroquois Louisville 

James A. Cawood Harlan 



Jeffersontown 
Jenkins 



Jeffersontown 
Jenkins 



Jessamine County Nicholasville 



Jesse Stuart 
Johns Creek 
Johnson Central 
Kv. Country Day 



Valley Station 
Pikeville 
Paintsville 
Louisville 



Ky. School f/t DeafDanville 



Knox Central 
Lafayette 
LaRue County 
Laurel Countv 



Barbourville 
Lexington 
Hodgenville 
London 



Lawrence Countv Louisa 

Leslie Countv Hyden 

Lewis County Vanceburg 

Lincoln County Stanford 

Lloyd Memorial Erlanger 

Lone Oak Paducah 

Ludlow Ludlow 

Lynch Lynch 

Lynn Camp Corbin 

McLean Countv Calhoun 

M. C. Napier Hazard 

Madison Richmond 

Madison Central Richmond 

Mad.-N. Hopkins Madisonville 

Male Louisville 

Marion C. Moore Louisville 

Marion County Lebanon 

Marshall Countv Benton 

Mayfield Mayfield 

Maysville Maysville 

Meade Countv Brandenburg 

Mercer Countv Harrodsburg 

Metcalfe County Edmonton 

Middlesboro Middlesboro 

Montgomery Co. Mt. Sterling 

Mullins Pikeville 

Murray Murray 

Morgan County West Libertv 

Nelson Countv Bardstown 

Newport Newport 

Newport Catholic Newport 



Clint Lovely 
Fred Clayton 
Terry Wilson 
Brian Thompson 
Bob Young 
Archie Powers 
Lynn Ray 
Rov Cherry 
Gene Sherman 
Steele Harmon 
Bill Taylor 
Victor Brown 
Ron Madrick 
John Cook 
David Peak 
Buddy Pfaadt 
Tom Eddleman 
Gary McDowell 
Mike Lewis 
John R. Young 
David Oney 
Vince Hancock 
Gary Hall 
Fred Tate 
Hoover Niece 

Charles Hunter 
Garland Miller 
Mike Jupin 
Wally Oyler 
Theodore Purcell 
Roland White 
Marshall Patterson 
Joe Jaggers 
Ray Webb 
Jack Cline 
James Mathews 
Gwin Wood 
Stan Watts 
Kelly Page 
Sammy Burke 
Don Danko 
Charles Gupton 
Vie Clark 
Kent McCubbin 
Bill Trent 
Terry Griffin 
Don Fritzgerald 
Fred Mariani 
Alvis Johnson 
Rov M. Petett 
Colin Cox 
Tack Haskins 
Moio Hollowell 
Robert Bell 
H. J. Reynolds 
Bill Herrmann 
Edward Jackson 
Dan Sundberg 
Leonard Kern 
Joe Cambell 
Jim Jordan 
William Wright 
Frank Conyers 
Jim Grant 
John O'Brian 
Ed VanHoose 
Frank Lambert 
Archie Harris 
John Dixon 
Tim Poynter 
Phil Fason 
Tom Larkev 
Nick Nif^hswander 
Flovd Hines 
Rill Robinson 
Rill Ed Leedv 
Tim Dougherty 
Fred Gibson 
Jack Reese 



Bill Scott 
Bill Dixon 
Monty Joe Lovell 
Ed Miracle 
Steve Tweddell 
Norb Hummel 
Russ Gibson 
Lewis Cook 
Larry Krouse 
Jack Morris 
Tom Atkinson 
Jim DeVries 
John Buchanan 
Michael Riffe 
Tom Stapleton 
Pat Dale 
Billy J. Elswick 
John Hina 

Joe Medlev 
Mike Murphy 
Bob Schneider 



Nicholas Countv 

North Bullitt 

North Hardin 

Ohio County 

Oldham County 

Owen County 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Cath. 

Paducah Tilghman 

Paintsville 

Paris 

Paul G. Blazer 

Pikeville 

Pineville 

Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

Prestonsburg 

Phelps 

Race land 

Reidland 

Rockcastle Co. 

Rowan County 

Russell 

Russell County 

Russellville 

St. Xavier 

Scott County 

Seneca 

Shelby County 

Simon Kenton 

Somerset 

Southern 

Shawnee 

Tates Creek 

Tavlor County 

Todd Co. Central 

Tompkinsville 

Trigg County 

Trimble Countv 

Trinity 

Thomas Jefferson 

Union County 

Valley 

Virgie 

Waggener 

Warren Central 

Warren East 

Washington Co. 

Wavne County 

Webster Countv 

West Carter 

West Hardin 

Western 

Westport Road 

Whitesburg 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Wheelwright 

Woodford County 



Carlisle 

Shepherdsville 

Radcliff 

Hartford 

Buckner 

Owenton 

Owensboro 

Owensboro 

Paducah 

Paintsville 

Paris 

Ashland 

Pikeville 

Pineville 

Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

Prestonsburg 

Phelps 

Raceland 

Paducah 

Mt. Vernon 

Morehead 

Flatwoods 

Russell Springs 

Russellville 

Louisville 

Georgetown 

Louisville 

Shelbvville 

Independence 

Somerset 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Campbellsville 

Elkton 

Tompkinsville 

Cadiz 

Bedford 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Morganfield 

Valley Station 

Virgie 

Louisville 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Springfield 

Monticello 

Dixon 

Olive Hill 

Stephensburg 

Shively 

Louisville 

Whitesburg 

Williamsburg 

Williamsburg 

Wheelwright 

Versailles 



Ben Pumphrey 
Everett Baker 
Bill Jenkins 
John Kokas 
Jim Kennedy 
Roy Cochran 
Don Netoskie 
Bill Cox 
Dan Haley 
Walter Brugh 
Homer Goins 
Mike Holtzapfel 
James H. Howard 
William E. Adams 
Bob Holman 
Philip Haywood 
David McCoy 
Roger Snyder 
Don Shelton 
Glenn Polly 
Ken Howard 
Ivan McGlone 
Ron Finlev 
Kennv Barrett 
Michael Stewart 
Bill Wilson 
Mike Egan 
Tom Becherer 
Carl Hays 
John Cain 
Henderson Wilson 
Eugene Johnson 
Roy Walton 
Carter Bradshaw 
Robert Jones 
Larry Moore 
Jim Harrell 
Walter McHargue 
Dave Moore 
Donald Hugh Pope 
Dick McDonald 
Edward Crum 
Ronald Curry 
Andy Anderson 
Dale Lindsey 
Jim Ross 
Dan Hill 
Fred Zimmerman 
Walter Hawkins 
Randv Shepard 
Bernard Decker, Jr. 
Donald Williams 
Tom Cheanev 
Tames Gose 
Sam Schafer 
Bob Rose 
Don Daniels 
Phil Owen 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association 

Minutes — Regular Meeting 

America's Host Hotel April 30, 1977 

Jeffersonville, Ind. 10:30 A.M. 

The regular business meeting of the Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association was held April 
30, 1977 at the America's Host Hotel, Jefferson- 
ville, Indiana. This meeting replaced the meeting 
usually held during the K.E.A. Convention in mid- 
April. 

President Pat Dale, Montgomery County, op- 
ened the meeting at 10:30 A.M. Coach Mike Stew- 
art. St. Xavier High School gave the invocation. 

Members of the Executive Committee of the 
K.H.S.C.A. present were: Pat Dale. Bob Miller, 
Al Prewitt, Garland Miller and Joe Ohr. 

President Dale introduced Bob Miller, football 
coach at Campbell County High School as the 
president for 1977-1978. Coach Miller explained 
in detail the new method of selecting All-Star 
football players. The All-Star games are planned 
for June 9 and 11 at Lexington. 

As the minutes of the past meetings were 
published in the "Athlete" it was proposed that 
the reading of the minutes be dispensed with. 
The treasurer Joe Ohr, gave a detailed financial 
report for the past year and on motion of Leon 
Dunnigan and a second by Mike Stewart, the 
report was accepted. 

On a motion by Leon Dunnigan and a second 
by Mike Stewart it was proposed that the Execu- 
tive Committee of the Kentucky High School 
Coaches Association study the feasibility and dis- 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1977 

tinct possibility that the 1978 All-Star games be 
played in Louisville — with a State versus Jef- 
ferson County set-up. Motion passed. 

In the election of officers, Joe Ohr was re- 
elected as secretary-treasurer. Mike Stewart, was 
elected to the post of Sgt-at-Arms. 

Meeting adjourned at 12:25. 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
Minutes of Executive Committee 

America's Host Motel 

Jeffersonville, Indiana April 28, 1977 

The Executive Committee of the Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association met at the 
America's Host Motel in Jeffersonville, Indiana 
at 8:15 P.M. after an evening meal, with the fol- 
lowing in attendance: 

Pat Dale, retiring President 
Bob Miller, incoming President 
Al Prewitt, Vice President 
Joe Ohr, Secretary-Treasurer 
Billy B. Smith, Past President 
Estill Branham, Games Director 

Considerable time was spent in the discussion 
of the upcoming Ail-Star games to be played in 
Lexington at the University of Kentucky on 
Thursday. June 9 and Saturday. June 11. The 
basketball game being nlayed on Thursday night. 
Both games are scheduled for 7:30 P.M. 

Contracts from the University of Kentucky 
regarding the use of their facilities for games and 
the housing and feeding of the athletes were 
approved. 

Joe Ohr. secretary-treasurer was instructed to 
oay the $100.00 membership fee to the National 
High School Coaches Association and to send the 
Kentuckv High School Athletic Association the 
sum of $1,000 applicable to the insurance pro- 
vided by the State Association in providing catas- 
trophe iniury insurance for all high school ath- 
letes for 1977-78. 

President Bob Miller was authorized to attend 
the annual National High School Coaches As- 
sociation meeting at Hampton, Virginia during 
their June meeting. 

Bob Miller and Joe Ohr were named to a 
committee to prepare certificates for those coaches 
who have rendered valuable service to Kentucky 
Athletics in the past several years. 

Certificates are to be sent the Coaches of 
Kentucky who have won State Championships 
during the season 1976-1977. Only those coaches 
won won team championships are to be recog- 
nized. 

Past President Billy B. Smith, athletic director 
of Taylor County High School was appointed to 
revise the Constitution and By-Laws of the Ken- 
tucky High School Coaches Association. 

The next meeting of the Executive Committee 
is scheduled for Wednesday, June 8 in Lexington, 
Kentucky. This meeting is during the All-Star 
games week. 

Meet ing adjourned at. 11:10 P.M. 

1977 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 

The regional sites, managers, and teams as- 
signed to each are listed below. Each school listed 
will receive from the regional manager an in- 
formation sheet and entry blank prior to the meet. 
GIRLS' CLASS A 

West Hardin Region (Coach Bobby Williams, 
West Hardin H.S.) — Bardstown. Central City, 
Edmonson County. Fulton, Kentucky Country 
Day. LaRue County, Metcalfe County, Muhlen- 
burg. North Bullitt, Portland Christian, Provi- 
dence, Tompkinsville, University Heights, Webster 
County 



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Tates Creek Region (Coach Bart Daugherty, 
Tates Creek H.S.) — Estill County, Lee County, 
Lexington Catholic, Model, Owen County 

Clark County Region (Coach Julian Cunning- 
ham, George Rogers Clark H.S.) — Bellevue, 
Holy Cross, Menifee County, Magoffin County, 
Paintsville, Phelps, University Breckinridge, Vir- 
gie, Walton-Verona 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon Bocock, 
Pulaski County H.S.) — Garrard County, Monti- 
cello, Russell County, Somerset. 

GIRLS' CLASS AA 

Daviess County Region (Prin. W. P. Wheeler, 
Daviess County H.S.) — Apollo, Christian County, 
Daviess County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Marshall County. Owensboro, Union County 

Taylor County Region (Coach Fred Waddle, 
Taylor County H.S.) — Adair County, Bowling 
Green, Elizabethtown. Marion County, Oldham 
County, Taylor County 

Covington Region (Coach Jack Kaelin, Cov- 
ington Catholic H.S.) — Boone County, Dixie 
Heights, Harrison County, Highlands, Holmes, 
Lloyd Memorial 

Tates Creek Region (Coach Bart Daugherty, 
Tates Creek H.S.) — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Franklin County. Jessamine County, La- 
fayette. Sacred Heart, Tates Creek, Woodford 
County 

Johnson Central Region (Coach Larry Sturgill, 
Johnson Central H.S.) — Boyd County, Clark 
County, East Carter, Johnson Central, Mont- 
gomery County 

Puiaski County Region (Coach Gordon Bo- 
cock, Pulsaki County H.S.) — Danville. Lincoln 
County. Pulaski County. Whitley County, Boyle 
Countv, Madison Central, Knox Central 
BOYS' CLASS A 

Trigg County Region (Mr. Jim Wallace, Trigg 
County H.S.) — Crittenden County, Mayfield. 
Providence, Trigg County, Fulton 

Daviess Countv Region (Prin. W. P. Wheeler, 
Daviess County H.S.) — Bremen. Central City, 
Drakesboro, Frederick Fraize. Graham, Greenville, 
Hancock County. Hughes Kirk Muhlenburg Cen- 
tral. University Heights, Webster County 

West Hardin Region (Coach Bobby Williams, 
West Hardin H.S.) — Bardstown, Barren County, 
Campbellsville. Caverna. Edmonson County. Green 
Countv Kentucky Countrv Day, LaRue Countv, 
Metcalfe County North Bullitt. Portland Chris- 
tian. Tomokinsville. West Hardin 

Covington Region (Coach Jack Kaelin. Cov- 
ington Catholic H.S.1 — Beechwood, Bellevue. 
Bishon Brossart. Covington Latin Dayton. Holy 
Cross, St. Henry, Walton-Verona. Newport Catho- 
lic 

Tates Creek Region (Coach Bart Dauehertv. 
Tates Creek H.S.) — Carroll County. Frankfort, 
Lexington Catholic, Millersburg Military Institute, 
Model 

Mason Countv Region (Coach Kenneth Ashby, 
Mason County H.S.) — Grant County, Mason Coun- 
ty. Maysville Owen County, Tollesboro 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon Bo- 
ccck. Pulaski County H.S.) — Garrard County, 
Monticello. Nancy. Somerset. Wayne County 

Clark County Region (Coach Julian Cunning- 
ham George Rogers Clark H.S.) — Lee County, 
Menifee County, Rowan County. West Carter 

Johnson Central Region (Coach Larry Sturgill, 
Johnson Central H.S.) — Jenkins, Paintsville. 
PhelDS Riverside Christian. Sheldon Clark, Virgie, 
Magoffin Countv 

BOYS' CLASS AA 

Trigg County Region fJim Wallace, Trigg Coun- 
ty H.S.) — Christian County, Hopkinsville, Pa- 
duc=>h Tilghman. Union County 

Daviess County Region (Prin. W. P. Wheeler, 



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Daviess County H.S.) — Apollo, Daviess County, 
Henderson County, Marshall County, Ohio Coun- 
ty, Owensboro 

Elizabethtown Region (Coach Royce Speck, 
Elizabethtown H.S.) — Bowling Green, East Har- 
din, Elizabethtown, Grayson County, Meade Coun- 
ty, North Hardin 

Taylor County Region (Coach Fred Waddle, 
Taylor County H.S.) — Adair County, Marion 
County, Oldham County, Shelby County, Taylor 
County 

Covington Region (Coach Jack Kaelin, Coving- 
ton Catholic H.S.) — Boone County, CamDbell 
County. Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, High- 
land. Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, Pendleton Coun- 
ty, Simon Kenton 

Clark County Region (Coach Julian Cunning- 
ham. George Rogers Clark H.S.) — Bourbon Coun- 
ty, George R. Clark. Harrison County. Scott Coun- 
ty, Bath County. Montgomery County 

Tates Creek Region (Coach Bart Daugherty, 
Tates Creek H.S.) — Bryan Station, Franklin 
County. Henry Clav. Jessamine County, Lafayette. 
Tates Creek. Woodford County 

Pulaski County Region (Coach Gordon Bocock, 
Pulaski County H.S.) — Danville, Knox Central, 
Lincoln County, Madison Central. Pulaski Coun- 
ty, Whitley County. Boyle County 

Johnson Central Region (Coach Larry Stur^ill, 
Johnson Central H.S.) — Bovd County, East Car- 
ter. Johnson Central Paul Blazer. Russell 

St. Xavier Region (Ath. Dir. Paul Young, St. 
Xavier H.S.) — Bishop David, DeSales, St. Xavier, 
Trinity 

RATINGS ON BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on basket- 
ball officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. dur- 
ing 1976-77. 

REGION I 

Poe, Buddy— 93; Brown, Lyman— 92; Wilferd 
Shirley— 90; McGinty. L. V.— 90; Green, Don— 90 
Cash, Charles — 85; Jackson, Dennis — 85; Perry 
James— 83; Hook, Don— 80; Murt, Gene— 78 
Wright, A. D.— 78; Caldwell, Charles— 76; Miller 
Harold— 75; Purcell, Ken— 75; Blythe. John— 72 
Higdon, Sam— 72; Harper, James — 70; Guthrie 
Gilliam — 69: Featherstone, Jerry — 67; Geurin 
Joe — 65; Crittendon, David — 64; Anderson, Mike— 
63; Tyler, Kenneth — 61; Brandon, Jerome — 59 
Keeling, Rueben — 58; Wilson. Malcolm — 55; Jones 
Robert— 52: Baker. Doug— 52; Saylors, Carlee— 50 
Allen, Jeffery — 47; Overby, Jerry — 46; Finley 
Howard — 45; Henson, Tony— 45; Stokes, Cubb— 
43; Latham, Billy— 39; Morris, Bobby— 39; Bennet 
Mark — 35; Sims, Roy — 34; Knight, Tommy — 31 
Thompson, Allen— 30; Miller, Bill— 27; Boyd, Jim— 
26; Jackson, Randall— 26; Gilliam, Steve— 25 
Tydings, David — 24; Paitsel, Jim — 23; Lampkin 
Rick— 21; Peeples, David— 21; Stovall, Gary— 18 
McNeil, Barney — 13 

REGION II 

Moser, Rudy — 94; Browning, Wayne — 93; Be- 
shears, Jim— 91; Lile, Clyde— 90; Holt, Robert— 
89; Colley, Lynn— 88; Littlepage. Pryce— 88; Ward. 
Robert— 88; Bullock, James— 85; Cox, Rufus— 85; 
Davis, Jay — 85; Long, Jim — 85; Goldey, William— 
84; Henson, Don — 83: Knauer, Glen — 83; Cates. 
Billy— 82; Browder, Homer— 81; Faulk, Terry— 
81; Crawford, Neal — 80; Crouse, James — 80; Mur- 
dach, Leslie— 79; Stone, Sidney— 77; Holt, Ron- 
nie— 76; Griffith, Mike— 74; Lee, Reggie— 72; 
Brooks, Carl — 71; Burton, Billy— 71; Thompson, 
David — 71; Wooton. Danny — 71; Peden, Harlan — 
70; Ringstaff. Roy— 70; Mathews, Arthur— 69; 
Stone, Kenneth — 69; Francis. William — 68; Holmes, 
Eddie — 68; Kluenfel, Joe — 67; Robinson, Tony — 
66; Moore, Dean — 66; Decker, Neil — 66; Bell, 
Billy_66; Webb, William— 65; Coffman. Danny— 



63; Boisture, Roy— 62; Goodrich, Eugene — 62; 
Parrent, Kenny — 62; Davis, Gary — 61; Crick. 
Dwayne — 61; Norment, Ike — 60; Walker, Mike — 
60; Bernadini, Bruno — 58; Johnson, Frank — 58; 
Pandolfi — 57; Woodring, Larry — 55; Woodring, 
Martha— 53; White, Bryon— 52; Audas, Brent— 51; 
Eddings, Wendell — 50; Korb, Danny— 46; Barnes, 
Doug— 35 

REGION III 

Dillihay, Ralph — 95; Montgomery, Chester — 
94.9; O'Nan, Norman— 93.6; Hutchens, Jim— 92.9; 
Hill, James— 90.0; Divine. Wayne— 87.2; Barnes, 
Barry— 86.7; Everly, Phyllis— 85.8; Stuart, Dale— 
85.3; Estes, Walter— 85.0; Harrison, Tim— 84.3; Fox, 
Joanna— 83.8; Harper, Robie— 82.6; Stovall, Tom— 
82.0; Wilson, Kenneth— 81.6; Jackson, Edward— 
80.7; Day, Jackie— 80.6; Howard, Dwight— 80.6; 
Skaggs, Bill— 80.6; Anderson, Edward— 80.4; Thom- 
son, Cecil — 80.1; Morris, Larry — 79.6; Evans, 
Lewis — 79.3; Nelson, Clarence — 77.7; Greathouse, 
Frank— 77.4; Stokes, Tom — 73.8; Eades, Mark — 
73.1; Ramsey, Mike— 66.6; Johnson, Stanley — 66.5; 
Dueward, Thomas— 65.8; Hinton, Darrell — 62.0; 
Jones, Kenneth— 60.5; Grant, Neil— 60.1; Baker, 
Fred — 59.1; Barnes, Conard — 58.0; Barnes, Roger — 
55.0; Pendley, Jimmy— 52.0; Brown, Allen — 47.6; 
Drake, Lonnie — 47.0; Forsythe, Noel — 46.5; Tandy, 
Samuel— 44.1; Coppage, Hugh — 32.0. 
REGION IV 

Sears, Wilson— 93.6; McCarley, John— 93.6; 
Gorrell, Howard— 90.4; Murrell, Allen— 85.7; Ste- 
venson, Michael — 83.41; Meadors. William — 81.1; 
Morrison, Daniel — 79.9; Miller, Richard — 79.0; 
Cobb, Mike— 79.0; Vance, Hunter— 78.8; Sams, 
Glenn— 78.6: Burkeen, Phillip— 78.1; Curry, Ran- 
dall— 77.9; Pogue, Ivan— 77.8; Phillips, Harold— 
77.6; Long, William— 76.5; Hamm, Gerald— 76.2; 
Lamastus, Estill— 74.8; Withrow, Roy— 73.2; Rog- 
ers, Ralph— 73.0: Webster. Norman — 72.8: Ward, 
Larry — 71.3; Anderson, Ralph — 71.0; Percell, Dan- 
ny — 70.7; Brown, Rickie — 67.6; Brown, Michael — 
67.6; Read, Ray— 66.5; Trabue, David— 65.2; Holt, 
Larry — 64.7; Raymer, Don — 62.7; Long, Stephen — 
62.1; Studle. Ron— 60.4; Towe, Steve— 60.2; Bur- 
chett, Wendall— 59.5 

REGION V 

Stikeleather. Clyde— 97; Spencer, Irv— 96; 
Gilbert. Jerry— 96; Goode, Earl— 96; Durbin, 
Hade— 96: Wilson, Paul— 96; William, Bobby— 96; 
Frazier, Mac — 95; Morse, Richard — 94; Pence, 
Jerry— 94; Carlbert, John— 94; Bone, Gerald— 92; 
Winfrey, Shelby — 92; Gardner, Gary — 92; Downs, 
Joseph — 91; Cravens, Robert Jr. — 90; Houk, Jackie 
—90; Strain, Richard— 90; Gaddie, Gary— 88; My- 
ers, Ron— 88; Miles, Ralph— 88; Dill, Roger— 88; 
Gupton, Lawrence — 88; Edwards, Wayne — 87; 
Shearer, Robert — 86; Cross, Roger — 85; Behnken, 
Randy— 84; Allen, Tom— 84; Spalding, Randall— 
84; Crutcher. Paul— 82; Roger, Rufus— 81: Vinson, 
Ray— 81; Froebel, Marty— 81; Rice, Willard— 81; 
Lamar. Huston — 80; Bartley, Josenh — 79; Chap- 
man, Gary— 78; Cross, Keith_78; Hilton, Billy— 
77; Pack, Judy— 75; Wade, Sharon— 75; Arflin, 
Tracy— 72; Spratling, Obie — 71; Meredith, Eric — 
71- Brockman, Ken — 71; Allen, Jack — 71; Embry, 
John— 70; Davis, William— 70; Kirkland, Sue— 70; 
Crume, Jane— 69; Whitley, Kim— 68; Atcher, 
Bruce — 68; Bohanon, Alan— 68; Powell, Sallie— 66: 
Warfield, Jerry— 66; Kerr, Richard— 66; Revis, 
David — 64; Whobrey, Larry — 63; Anderson, Ann — 
62; Marlow, Charles— 62; McKay, Phil— 61; Smith, 
James — 61; Taylor, Janet — 44 

REGIONS VI AND VII 

Driskell, Earl— 87; DuVall, Tom— 87; Monks, 
Ron— 87; Sumner, Carl— 87; King, Jim— 86; Lied- 
tke. Joe— 85; Murphy, Mike — 85: Redle, Joel— 
84; Sims, Frank — 84; Brothers, Dottie — 82; Houri- 
gan, Jim — 82; Smith, Ron — 81; Peterson, Maggie — 
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Jan— 81; Cecil, Ron — 80; Hayden, Jack— 80; 
Strong, Charlie— 80; Wingfield, Felix— 79; Mere- 
dith, Billy— 79; Hayes, Peter— 78; Quisenberry, 
Jim— 78; Williams, Becky— 77; Weihe, Bob— 77; 
Pearl, George — 77; Jones, Alex — 77; Jansen, Jean 
—77; Bell, Clarence— 77; Biter, Charlie— 76; Hack- 
ett, Wilbur— 76; Szyper, Dick— 76; Taylor, Don— 
75; Heicken, Mary— 75; Eaves, Jim— 75; Bell, Ron— 
75; Brockman, Ken — 74; McPike, Ray — 73; Loeser, 
Alan— 73; Bush, Karman— 73; Bibb, Ennis— 73; 
Latkovski, Andy— 72; Tindall, Cliff— 72; Thomp- 
son, Beth— 71; Thomas, Billy— 71; Lambert, Irv— 
71; Gatterdam, Ed— 71; Stovall, Cathy— 69; Sigler, 
Susie— 67; Hill, Sue— 67; Emmons, Guy_66; Gib- 
son, Russ— 66; Durbin, Roy — 64; Coffman, Steve — 
63; Fuchs, Marty— 61; Hoben, Mary— 60; Hender- 
son Roger — 57; Marquart, Jerry — 57; Bryant, Jim 
— 57; Wise, Gaila— 56; Wheeler, Lou— 56; Comp- 
ton, Adolphus — 55; Edwards, Ernest — 55; Schutte, 
Bruce — 55; Stober, Martha — 55; Brown. Judy — 54; 
Hatfield, Robert— 54; Newton, Dennis— 54; Whit- 
ley, Sharon— 53; Croft, Frank— 53; Reader, Robert 
— 52: Thompson, Gerald — 52; Featherstone, John — 
51; Funk, Carol— 51; Russell, Clem— 51; Bain, 
Stan — 50: Cooksey, Marvin — 50; Owings, Hank — 
49; Ritchie, Bill— 49; Hourigan, Tim— 48; Roberts, 
Teri— 48: Woosley, Don— 47: Gray. Ken— 46; Mc- 
Anally, Tom— 46; Stuedle, Ray_46; Sims, Jane— 
45; Tolle, Mike — 44; Conder, Joe — 44; Bertrand, 
Earl— 43; Pedigo, Al— 43; Shake, Ken— 42; Mini- 
ard, Lonnie — 42; Cardin, G. Melvis — 42; Maddox, 
A. L.— 41; Morrell, Ed— 39; Hicks, Steve— 39: Al- 
len, Elmer— 39; Baldwin. Dennis— 38; Wickley, 
Ed — 38; Williams, Greg— 37; Lyons, Ron— 35; Lo- 
gan, Bruce — 35; Gibson, Gary — 35; Gillespie, Vic- 
ky— 32; Holt, Tim— 32; Hilpp, Louis— 30; Mc- 
Cawley, David — 29; Morris, Larry — 29; Anderson, 
Marcus — 28; Lasky, Barbara — 27; Beeler, Arthur — 
27; Davis, Larry— 26; Decker, James— 26; Hell- 
man, Paul — 26; Kaufman, Leonardo— 26; Gies, 
Carl— 25; Miles, Ralph— 25; Stephenson, Joe— 25; 
Wibbels, Jerry — 24; Welscher, Mike — 24; Backert, 
Tony— 24; Downs, Charles— 23; Salyer, Hank— 
23; Burkert, Larry— 22; Hickey. Tom— 22; Hat- 
field, Dan— 21; Yann, Gerald— 2(3; Spalding, Guy 
—20; Kistner, Gary— 20; Blandford, Steve-19; 
Downs. Gil— 18: Meredith, David — 17; Head. Jack 
—16; Heckel, Rich— 16; Dulin. Hugh— 16; Mc- 
Gavic, Ron— 13; Cali, Nancy— 13; Hobbs, Jan— 9: 
Brewer, Charles — 8: Weaver. Marilyn — 6 
REGION VIII 

Stethen. James — 95; Dyke, Dean — 92; Louden, 
Hubert— 90; Hinton, Henry — 90; Camacho. Marcus 
—84; McMillin, Larry— 83; Dant, Joe— 83; Wood. 
Gary — 81; Gordon, Roy — 81; Feger. George — 81; 
Radjunas, John — 77; Stark, Doug — 77; Doll, Allen 
—77; Stoess, Henry— 75; Williams, Gary— 75; 
Shain, Debbie— 75; Hicks, Gene — 75; Williams, 
Donnie — 74; Congleton, Jay — 74: Early, Robert— 
73; Taylor, Bill— 71; Kel'ley, Larry— 68; Harp. 
David — 68; Kazunas, Gerald — 66; Johnson, Gayle 
—66; Willhite, Raymond— 65; Oldham, John— 46; 
Floyd, Richard^2 

REGION IX 

Hummel, Thomas — 88; Drake, Dick — 87; Frep- 
pon. Tom — 87; Sullivan, Dan — 86; Roesel, Joseph — 
85; Moore, Bud— 84; Haas. Tom— 83; Moore, Bob — 
83; Vories, Dick— 82; King, Ray— 81; Weyer, 
James^81; Urlage, Dick— 80; Smith, Bill— 79; 
Rich, Dennis— 79; Wells, Glen— 77; Collins, Ron— 
77; Thompson, Tom — 76; Racke, Jerry — 75; Peeno, 
Harry — 75: Wolfe, Dennis — 74; Carr. Larry — 70; 
Gabbard, Ray— 70; Sea vers, Joe— 70; Wilson, Mike 
-69; Shield. Don— 69; Dowd, Jim— 69; Scott, Em- 
manuel— 68; Denham, Alan— 67; Kehkamp, Ken— 
67; Phillippi, Jack— 67; Meyer. Dave— 67: Vories. 
Gary— 66; Trapp, Chas.— 66; Munninghoff. Lanny 
—66; Bond, Terry— 66; Perry, Charles— 65; Swit- 
zer, Dick— 64; Jent, Dick— 64; McDowell, Ben— 



63; Greger, Tom— 63; Vories, Kent— 62; Swope, 
Tom— 62; Gregg, Lonnie — 62; Chappie, Charles — 
61; Morris, Ed— 60; Fisk, Rod— 60; Bertsch, Ron— 
60; Brown, Steve— 59; Stoker, Steve— 59; Bishop, 
Paul— 59; Meyer, Rich— 58; Mohr, Tom— 58; Brady, 
Ron — 58; Cooper, John — 57; Flesch, Jerry — 57; 
Berger, Dick — 55: Henry, Dan — 54; Dennedy, Bob 
— 54; Meyer, Ray — 53; Douthwaite, Don— 53; Mc- 
Carthy. Steve— 51; Keller, Jack— 46; Grieme, Bill 
—44; Kroth, Bonnie— 44; Hickey, Tim— 42; Noll 
John— 42; Shipp, Dave— 40; Liggett, Ernie — 40 
Jolly, Barry — 39; Washnock, Dick — 37; Schneider. 
Don— 35: Wolfe, Jim— 33; Burkhart, Robert— 32 
Dixon, Oscar— 30; Turner, Sue — 30; Brockman 
Tom— 29: Barrett. Glen— 28; Salyers, John— 28 
Yelton, Nick — 27; Harrison, Harold — 27; Dierig 
Tom— 25: McMain, Jim— 24; Pearson, Bill— 23 
Darnell, Nick— 21; Whitley, Jim— 20; Arlinghaus. 
Bob— 16; Buerger, Timothy— 16: Tesson. Mike — 
16; Schomaker, Chas. — 15; Wilcox, Mark — 15 
Whalen, Mel-15 

REGION X AND XI 

Jenkins, Jerry— 92; Bell, Bob— 89; Blackwood, 
Tom— 89; DeVary. Bill— 89; Ring, Bill— 89; Thomp- 
son, Tommy— 89; Middleton, John— 89; Bell, Henry 
— 88; Cox, Ken — 88; Hampton, Doug — 88; Johnson 
Harry— 87: Flynn. Bobby— 87; Holt, Terrell— 87 
Greer, Phil— 84; Sellier, Ed— 84; Long, Bob— 83 
Lusby, George — 83: Leber, Jerry — 82; Maines 
George— 82; Day, Bill— 82; Johnson, Jerry— 81 
Thompson, Joe — 81; McClure, Jerry — 81; Pace 
Don— 81; Adams, Jim— 86; Gibson, Fred— 80 
Johnson. Jim — 80: Bair, David — 79; Bramble. Jim 
—79; Gabbard, John— 79; Hunt, Leonard— 79; Mul- 
lins. Bill— 79: Shuck. Tommy— 79; Turpin, Don— 
79; Turpin, Ron— 79; Brock, Jack— 78; Carpenter, 
Jasper— 78; Ebel, Jack— 78; Towler, Steve— 77; 
Milbern Dan — 76: William Roger — 75; Craig, Ron 
—73; Hughes, Brenda— 72; Dobson, Barry— 72; 
Fritz, John— 72: Home, Tuffy— 71; Denton, Cal- 
vin— 71; Cox, Chuck— 71; Williams, Jack— 71; Bil- 
lips, Doug — 70: Adams, Beverly — 70; Kemper, 
Nancy — 70; Anderson, Luther — 69; Votaw, Tony — 
69; Stephenson. Harrv— 69; Straus, Bill— 69; Rau- 
bourne, Pat— 69; Gettler, John— 68; Drnevich, Rox- 
anne — 68; Morris, Andy — 67 

REGION XII 

Black. Willis— 92.43: Hargis. Noel— 88.85; 
Spoonamore, Jim— 86.3; Shaw, Earl— 86.14; Palko, 
Edward— 85.13; Taylor, John— 80.47; Farley. Jim 
—80.0; Wallace, John— 77.0; Butner. Billy— 76.61; 
Randolph, Woody— 76.46: Bullock, Larry— 76.12; 
Gover, Luid— 72.83; Neeley, Jim-71.33; Taylor, 
Dale— 70.68: Maxey, Richard— 69.50: Flynn. Steve 
—69.0; Wilson, Bruce— 69.0; Snider, Herbert— 67.0; 
Hughes, Rufus— 65.87: Cornelison, Mike— 65.75; 
Reeves, Curtis— 65.25; Casada. Lonnie — 62.06; Cash. 
Harold— 61.33; Upchurch. Davis— 59.18; Yeast. Roy 
—58.85; Luttrell, Daisv M.— 58.0: Groce, Ralph— 
55.75; Murphy, Wanda-54.0; Wilson, Jim— 52.18; 
Mauney, Bill— 50.33; Larkin, John— 48.14; Acton, 
Claude— 47.33; Edward, Glen— 42.50; Shemwell, 
Paul — 41.8; Cothron, David — 40.5; Jones, Doug — 
39.5: Flynn, Jerry— 39.16; Terry, Wendall— 38.5; 
Rhodus, Harold— 38.0; Hawks, Robert— 35.0; Perry, 
Deborah— 28.0. 

REGION XIII 

Brock, Al— 93; Madon. Robert— 93; Selvy, Curt 
—90: Owens, Bruce— 89; Burkhart, James— 87; 
Brock, John — 86; Morgan, Richard — 85; Howard, 
James— 84; Smith, Benny— 84; Maxey, Mike — 83; 
Poetrowski. Paul — 82; Lefevers. Colman — 81; 
Cupp, Jackie — 80; Field. Rufus — 79; Page, James 
—78: Napier, Wallace— 77; Bruner, Jack— 77; 
Troutman. Doyle — 76; Stafnolia. Eugene — 75: An- 
ders. Raleigh— 72; Ashurst, Mike — 70; LeQuire, 
H. M. — 69; Jones, Frank — 69; Turner, Keenan — 
69: Buell, Elliah— 69; McCowan. Connell— 68; 
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bard, Oscar — 65; Beckner, Gene — 64; Rhodes, 
Cecil— 61; Centers, Mike— 61; Parrott, Sharon— 
59; Smith, Gary — 57; Lawson, Sonny — 57; Kirklin, 
Luther— 56; Lawson, Stan— 56; Idol, Billy— 52; 
Johnson, Mike— 51; Hodges, Bill— 49; Carnes, 
Dwight — 49; Owens, Jerry — 48; Sizemore, Austin 
—47; Feher, Al— 45; Jeffers, Steve — 44; Mills, 
Lawrence — 42; Belcher, Otis — 41; Walters, Dar- 
win — 39; Gambrel, Don — 39; Noonan, Robert — 
37; Higgins, David — 36; Dozier, Dennis — 36 
REGION XIV 

Duff, Earl— 91.4; Kirk, Charles— 90.2; Jones, 
Denver — 89.5; Brewer, Jerry — 86.8; Dixon, Bill — 
85.2; Allen, Doug— 84.0; Hall, Tommy— 83.5; Allen, 
Yvon— 82.5; Combs, Henry— 82.0, Meadows, Mar- 
vin— 80.4; Whitaker, Charles— 75.8; Campbell, 
Dexter— 73.2; Blevins, Boone— 73.1; Noble, Gary— 
71.4; Neace, Glenn — 71.4; McLean, Gordon — 70.8; 
Duff, Alger— 69.8; Vanover, J. W.-68.0; Hall, Don 
— 67.6; Stacy, Don — 66.2; Smallwood, Talmadge — 
65.2; Polly, Rex— 64.9; Fox, Carl Jr.— 60.7; Brewer, 
Lloyd— 60.6; Watts, Leon— 58.0; Napier, Charles— 
54.5; Madden, William— 52.1; Feltner, Danny— 52.0; 
Lykins, William— 51.7; Phipps, Danny— 49.3; 
Thornsberry, Larry — 49.3; Butcher, Granville — 
47.1; Bates, J. R.-42.4; Keene, Johnny— 41.0; 
Bradley, Darrell— 39.7; Hostettler, Nancy— 39.0; 
Thomas, Bobby— 37.0; Phipps, Charles— 34.3: Phil- 
lios, Coeburn— 34.0; Campbell, Eddie— 25.0; Fox, 
Glen— 25.0; Molands, Lawrence— 25.0; Smith, Tim 
—23.0; Williamson, David— 22.0; Mcintosh, Carl— 
21.0; Stone, Myra— 20.0; Haddix, Daniel— 19.0; 
Miller, Tim— 17.0 

REGION XVI 

Moore, Marvin — 89.4; Johnson, Walter— 89; 
Collins, Hubert— 86; Hardin, Don— 82; Banks, 
Buddy— 82; Kouns, Bob— 82; Cotton, Carl— 82; 
Allen, Nelson — 81; Jackson, Bob — 81; Radjunas, 
Ed— 81; Dixon, Ron— 79; McKenzie, Dwight— 78; 
Newman, Bill— 78; Kirk, Walter— 78; Wages. Bob 
—77; Conley, Joe— 76; Barker, Walter— 76; Ward, 
Nan — 76; McKenzie, James — 75; Ramey, Gary — 
74; Dick, Hyland— 74; Johnson, Lynn— 73; Phelps, 
Ray— 71; Asher. Ralph— 71; Cundiff, Curt— 70; 
Tuttle, John— 70; Cox, James— 68; Loperfido, 
Richard— 65; Catron, Ken— 64; Plummber, Bill — 
63; Hobbs, Charles— 61; Benton, Douglas— 61; 
Burch, Bill— 59; Cantrell, Elizabeth— 59; Vance, 
Mike— 57; Washnock, Richard— 56; Tate, Harold— 
54; McAlister, James — 52; Taylor, Carl — 52; Beam, 
Kena — 50; Browning, John — 50; Wallenfelsz, Dave 
—49; Kress, Eddie— 48; Butcher, Karl— 42; Elkins, 
Edward — 42; Harris, Rodney — 42; Bryson, Bonnie 
— 36; Si mpson. Deanna— 35 

REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 



OF THE K.H.S.A.A. 



1977 



If one telephone number is given for an official listed 
it is the homo phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given the first is that of the home phone. 

Aldndge, James R.. 119 Edgewood, Radcliff 40160, 351- 

9689. 351-3181 
Allen, Arthur, Route 6. Franklin 42134, 586-6836. 586-3231 
Allen, James E.. 3405 Emerald Dr.. Jeffersontown 40299. 

267-0216 
Allgood. David. 6113 Catheen Wav, Louisville 40213, 969- 

2530, 426-6166 
Allison. Rov, Box 877. Harlan 40831. 573-3789. 573-4770 
Almand. David, 214 Libertv St., Franklin 42134, 586-5475 
Ammerman, Bob, 305 E. Pleasant St.. Cynthiana 41031, 

234-6381, 234-3641 
Anders, Raleigh, Route 7, Box 346, London 40741. 864-4060, 

528-3912 
Arflin, Tracy. 7540-B McDevett Cir„ Ft. Knox 40121. 624- 

5366, 624-6329 
Arthur, Paul, 645 S. Terrace, Huntington. W. Va. 25705, 

523-8963, 739-5742 
Austin. Tom, 230 Mohawk Dr., Paducah 42001, 554-4562, 

443-1193 
Backert, Tonv, 3507 Autumn Wav, Louisville 40218, 451- 

5505. 451-5559 
Baldwin, Dennis, 4605 Mvrick PI., Vallev Station 40272. 

935-0667 
Barbour, Ralph, 3481 Bathurst Ct., Lexington 40503, 278-0144 
Barker, David. Bulan 41722, 633-2089. 436-6832 



Barker, Norman, Bulan 41722, 251-2878 

Barney, Greg. 359 Redmar Blvd. #40, Radcliff 40160, 351- 

1379, 624-4646 
Bartlett, C. W„ 2303 Chateaugay Loop, Owensboro 42301, 

684-5472, 683-2431, ext. 235 
Bates, J. R., Box 584, Whitesburg 41858, 633-7227, 633-2266 
Batterton, Keith, 702 Meadow Brook, Harrodsburg 40330, 

734-9624, 734-4255 
Bauman, Cease, 950 Templin Ave., Bardstown 40004, 348- 

G081, 348-6081 
Beineke, James, 66 Daisv Lane, Ft. Thomas 41075, 441-3700, 

891-0600 
Bell, Clarence, 3812 Meadow Haven Rd., Louisville 40218, 

491-2846, 582-5573 
Bell, Ronald K„ 2510 Gardiner Ln., Louisville 40205, 459- 

2716, 448-9866 
Bernardini, Bruno, 203 Taft Dr., Clarksville, Tn. 37040, 

552-1507, 798-4917 
Bevins, Wallace, Box 205, Forest Hills 41527, 237-4611, 

237-1324 
Bewlev, Harry. 306 Estate Dr., Elizabethtown 42701, 765- 

5018, 737-6466 
Bickell, Arthur, 4910 Lea Ann Way, Louisville 40219, 968- 

6770, 366-9511, ext. 641 
Biechler, Dwight, 5552 F Floger St., Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

7576, 624-6933 
Blackford, Robert, 414 Dayflower Ct., Edgewood 41017, 

341-3849 
Blemker, Rav, 2363 Dundee, Henderson 42420, 826-8330, 

423-6871 
Bocook, Earl, 1102 Beech St., Kenova, W. Va. 25530, 304- 

453-1810, 453-1381 
Bogar, Joseph, Box 37, Hardy 41531, 353-9540, 353-7760 
Bond. Terrv, 11 Circle Dr., Crestview 41076. 441-0723 
Bottles, Donald, 1014 Pawnee Dr., Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-7289, 765-7213 
Boyles, Jerry. 2407 Hillcrest Rd., Ashland 41101, 324-6995, 

329-4178 
Bozarth, Perrv. Rt. 3, Georgetown 40324, 863-3859, 252-0343 
Bracher, David, Rt. 1, Gentryville, Ind. 47537, 812-362-7649, 

812-6111 
Brauch. Charles, 117 Westview Dr., Bardstown 40004, 348- 

3218, 348-3991 
Breeding. Toe, 404 Lakeview Dr., Campbellsville 42718, 

465-2249, 465-3511 
Brewer, Jerrv. Bonnvman 41719, 436-6200, 436-3155 
Brock, Jack. 421 Peachtree Rd., Lexington 40509, 266-4435, 

259-3456, ext. 215 
Brown, Martin J. Jr., 2605 Neblett Ave., Louisville 40216, 

448-8524, 581-2486 
Brown, Stephen, 433 Bristol Rd., Lexington 40502, 266-7900, 

259-1331 
Brown, Wendell, Rt. 6, Box 682, London 40741, 864-2372, 

864-2277 
Buckley, Robert Jr., 933 Washington, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-8275. 329-5583 
Bullock, James. Rt. 4. Madisonville 42431, 825-2645. 821-5761 
Burgess. Olev. 17f'8 Sac. St.. Kenova. W. Va. 25530, 453-2593 
Burke, David, 1413 Patterson St.. Flatwoods 41139, 836- 

1268. 324-3129 
Burkeen, Phillip, 659 Wakefield, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-4182. 842-5302 
Burkhart. James. Wallins 40873, 664-2162, 573-5027 
Burrus. Lee Rov Jr.. 918 Lime Spring Way, Louisville 

40223. 245-2607. 584-4647 
Burton. James, 308 S. Broadwav, Providence 42450. 667-2296 
Butler. Denver, 1533 Southgate Ave., Louisville 40215, 

366-7195 
Cameron. Dan. 2912 Chevenne, Owensboro 42301, 926-2821 
Carlson. David. 2916 Washington St., Paducah 42001, 444- 

7943, 444-6311, ext. 453 
Carmichael, Steven. 335'^ Transylvania Pk.. Lexington 

40508, 254-8987 
Carr, Billy, 612 Village Dr.. Franklin 42134. 586-6910. 586-3261 
Carr, Lar'rv, 929 Palomino Dr., Villa Hills, 41016, 341-9276, 

243-3731 
Cates, Rickey, R.R. 5, Box 81, Morganfield 42437. 333-5525 
Clavton, Terrv, 1409 Longview, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-6323 
Clements. William Jr., 218 Old Orchard, Henderson 42420, 

826-3878, 826-2557 
Clemmcns. Sam, 226 Ringbv Rd., Lexington 40504, 255-7566, 

253-3441 
Cline. Nick, 5505 Whispering Hills Blvd., Louisville 40219. 

964-0214 
Coffman. Steve, 4902 Swaps Ln., Louisville 40216, 447-0658. 

°37-4088 
Cole. Robert Jr. 3623 Downing Way, Louisville 40218, 

"58-3359, 448-6212 
Collev, Lvnn 411 E. 23 Street. Hopkinsville 42240, 885- 

9538. 886-44<i3 
Collins, Ron 2590 Old Buttermilk Pike. Villa Hills 41016. 

341-0578. 431-9964 
Collins. Stephen. '027 Winston Ave., Louisville 40205, 

159-7810 426-1577 
Conlin, Mprtin. 508 St. Joseph Ln. Apt. 46, Park Hills 41011, 

431-6395. 291-2268 
Cook. Richard. 50 Forest Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075. 441-9269, 

243-6205 
Corbett. Bvron. 311 S. 6th Street. Bardstown 40004. 348- 

2155. 348-3953 
Cornelisrn Michael, P.O. Box 7, Berea 40403. 986-9568. 

254-1429 
CornweU. Bobbv Pt. 2, Russellville Rd., Franklin 42134, 

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Cornwell, James. 602 Craig St., Franklin 42134, 586-4327. 

586-4451 
Cothern. Ricky. 608 Village Dr., Franklin 42134, 586-8435, 

842-9311 
Cox, Thomas, Box 262, Calhoun 42327, 273-5375, 733-4419 
Craft, Albert, 1606 Meadowthorpe Dr., Lexington 40505, 

254-5365, 255-8600 
Cross, Roger, P.O. Box 41. Muldraugh 40155. 942-3826, 

942-3510 
Crutcher, David, Rt. 1, Ekron 40117, 828-2550. 624-2513 
Crutcher, John, Rt. 1, Box 78, Ekron 40117, 828-3281, 

624-1926 
•Crutcher, Paul, Rt. 1, Ekron 40117, 828-3745, 624-8349 
Culp, Willard, 318 Skyline Pk. Dr., Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-7967, 439-4880 
Current, Robert, 3593 Pimlico Pkwy., Lexington 40502, 

272-3052, 293-3697 
Cutter. Corinne, 1805 Gavle Dr.. Lexington 40505, 299-0660, 

299-0411 
Daopoulos, Jim, 3474 Ipswich Ct., Lexington 40503. 277-8354 
Davis, Larry, 3229 W. Kentucky. Louisville 40211, 772-3106 
Davis. Ralph, 1326 S. 7th Street, Ironton, Ohio 45638, 532- 

8606, 532-8143 
Day. Richard, 1606 Alexandria Dr.. Lexington 40504, 277-9759 
Dempsey, Glenn, 121 Bender Dr., Frankfort 40601, 223-2279, 

232-2000, ext. 3017 
Denton, William, 6709 Seminole Ave.. Louisville 40214, 

366-1122, 582-9522 
DeSensi. W. C, 6306 Stonemill Ct., Louisville 40291, 239- 

2760. 774-4421 
DeWees, William. 7007 Ashby Ln.. Louisville C:"" 3-972, 
Dickens. William, 313 Beacon Hill. Nicholasville 40356, 

885-6727 
Dizney, William C, 206 Fourth St.. Corbin 40701, 528-3313 
Downs, Gil, 2208 Richland, Louisville 40218, 499-1648, 588- 

5978, ext. 30 
Doyle. Danny. 3227 Orchard Manor. Louisville 40220. 425- 

1486. 776-4651 
Drake. Richard, 72 Donnelly Dr., Ft. Thomas 41075. 441-4235 
Dugg, William. 154 Goodrich Ave., Lexington 40503. 277- 

0524, 623-5098 
Durbin, Christopher, 509 Lansdale, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-5426. 781-5313 
Durden. John. Route 1. Cerulean 42215. 885-8847. 886-4463 
Durham. Tom. 137 Lantern Way. Nicholasville 40356. 272- 

7503, 255-3612, ext. 229 
Dyehouse. James F. Jr.. 3462 Boston Rd., Lexington 40503. 

278-1620, 253-0621 
Easterly, Tom. 210 W. State St.. Frankfort 40601, 223-5488 
Eldridge. Wayne. P.O. Box 98. Science Hill 42553, 423-3495, 

678-8161 
Ellis, James. Rt. 6. Huntertown Rd., Versailles 40383, 873- 

7459, 232-6380 
Elovitz, Carl, 1920 Spring Grove, Lexington 40504, 277-3994, 

873-3691 
Epperson, Jim. 500 Cromwell Way. Lexington 40503. 277- 

1796, 254-9341 
Eubanks, William, 311 W. Kentucky. Franklin 42134. 586- 

7469. 586-4711 
Evans, Thomas, 105 S Elm Grove, Bardstown 40004. 348-2785 
Ewen, George D.. 2082 Rambler. Lexington 40508. 278-6235, 
254-2346 

Faris, Leon W. III. 604 Severn Way. Lexington 40503, 

278-4103. 278-9903 
Farmer, Donnie R.. 4500 Malcolm Rd.. Louisville 40216, 

361-4650. 363-9238 
Faust. Phillip. 3410 Taylorsville Rd. #2. Louisville 40205, 

451-1430, 634-4796 
Feltner, Danny, R.R. 2. Box 151A, Hazard 41701, 436-5152, 

436-3155 
Fenimore, Clark, 4083 Gilman Ave.. Louisville 40207, 896- 

4716, 491-8400 
Ferguson, Roy, Rt. 3, Barbourville 40906, 546-9976 
Finck, Dennis, 7804 E. Sundance Dr., Louisville 40272, 

423-0734, 425-8800 
Foster, Berryman, 927 Waverlv Dr.. Lexington 40505. 255- 

7374, 252-2336. ext. 2535 
Francis, Conrad, Route 1, Box 115 B, Centratown OH 

42328, 232-4937, 298-3261 
Fralev, Charlie, 9057 E. Young St.. Ft. Knox 40121 624- 

3860, 624-3636 
Francis. William, 666 Kathy Dr.. Madisonville 42431 821- 

0423. 821-5761 
Frankel. Louis. 3723 Stanton Blvd.. Louisville 40220 452- 

6519. 452-6519 
Frazer. Tom Roe, Route One. Sturgis 42459, 333-4412 

333-4672 
Friedman, Charles. 4502 Fegenbush Ln„ Louisville 40218 

499-8861, 582-1645 ■ ™"°. 

Froebel. Marty. 5553A Folger. Ft. Knox 40160 624-8460 

624-4950 
Fryer. William. 1 South Main. Henderson 42420. 826-5976. 

826-7171 
Fryrear. Bill. 204 Lanark Dell. Middletown 40243. 245-0354 

452-4757 
Fuchs, Charles. 704 Fifth Ave.. Dayton 41074 581-6080 
Funong. William. 3320 Grandview Ave.. Louisville 40207 

895-4755. 582-5108 

GalI -i94 e 9i/ aCk ' 2947 Adams Ave • Ashland 41101, 325-2420. 
Gan i m 1 on ,',, william ' po Box 391, Ashland 41101, 836-1129, 
Gar 266 e -8k9 a ^57 S -1497° 2 Montavesta B 53 ' Lexington 40502, 



Gelbke, Gilbert, 840 Alexandria Pike, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-2273, 241-4240 
Gentry, Dale, 4945 Determine Ln., Louisville 40216, 447- 

5981, 637-7717 
Gettler. John, 705 Providence Rd., Lexington 40502, 266- 

4801, 255-9835 
Gfell, George, 3319 Coldstream Dr., Lexington 40502, 

272-1349 
Gibson, Richard. 105 Fourth Street, Cynthiana 41031, 234- 

4251. 234-4632 
Gilkerson. Pat. Rt. 1. Box 117, Prichard, W. Va. 25555, 

486-5291, 525-7611 
Gish, Jack, 390 Dayton Pike, Dayton 41074, 781-3504 
Gober, John, 204 Morningside, Clarksville, Tn. 37040, 615- 

648-2731 
Goble, Kenneth, 726 Lafayette Rd., Clarksville. Tn. 37040, 

615-647-2969 
Gore. Bailey. 1603 Sunset. Murray 42071, 753-8509, 762-6285 
Gorham, Barry, 514 Folkstone Dr.. Lexington 40502, 266- 

3978 259-1331 ext 2559 
Graas, Oscar, 5103 Volney Ct., Louisville 40291, 491-7727, 

968-5321 
Graham. Jim. 2517 Jackson St., Ashland 41101. 324-8169, 

329-7733 
Green, Donald. 832 Brand St. P.O. Box 782, Mayfield 

42066, 247-6038, 247-6445 
Greenwell, Robert, 4114 Wimpole Rd., Louisville 40218, 

491-8646. 367-6449 
Grefer. Thomas, 65 Gieger Ave., Bellevue 41073, 491-3219, 

261-8655 
Griggs, Cole, 3645 Dartmouth, Lexington 40503, 272-4749. 

272-2869 
Gross. Joseph. Hazard 41701, 436-2661, 436-3070 
Grosser, Martin, 521 Van Voast, Bellevue 41073, 291-2235, 

371-9175 
Gutterman, James. 6012 Toebbeln, Louisville 40229, 969-2650 
Guy, N. S.. Browning Acres. Harlan 40831. 573-4684, 573-4707 
Hackett. Wilbur, 1472 Olive St., Louisville 40210, 772-0493, 

452-4109 
Hadden, Newell, Rt. 1, Stanford 40484. 792-3411, 277-7803 
Haddix. Daniel, R.R. Box 71, Jackson 41339, 666-5152, 666- 

5554 
Hagan. Michael, 9104 Catania Dr., Louisville 40299, 499- 

1168. 964-2303 
Hall. Charles. Rt. 1, Winterhawk. Danville 40422, 236-8811, 

236-2604 
Hammons, George. Box 283. Barbourville 40906, 546-6449, 

546-5859 
Harris. David. 207 N. 3rd St., Bardstown 40004, 348-5733, 

348-3311 
Harris. James. P.O. Box A. Bardstown 40004. 348-5733. 

348-3311 
Hartlage, Larry, 224 Ashbury Rd., Louisville 40214 
Hatfield, James. Rt. 2. Box 16G. Bardstown 40004. 348- 

6749. 543-2221 
Hatfield, Paul. Rt. 1, Box 987B. Pikeville 41501 432-2855. 

432-1156 
Hawkins, Donald. Rt. 2. Vine Grove 40175. 828-3631. 828-2125 
Hayden. John 1624 Stafford Ave., Louisville 40216. 367- 

8662 368-3351 
Heaberlin. Bill Sr.. 928 Washington Ave., Flatwools 41139. 

836-6915. 329-7111, ext. 7253 
Heaberlin. Bob. 928 Washington Ave.. Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6915 
Heaberlin. William Jr.. 928 Washington Ave.. Flatwoods 

41139. 836-6915 
Head. Lon. Box 76. Loyall 40854. 573-1814. 573-1900 
Heinle. John Jr.. 39 S. Highland Ave., Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-6025 
Helton, Leslie, 6570 Maravian Dr.. Louisville 40258. 448-8201. 

897-3151 
Henderson Charles. 406 Linda Dr.. Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-2404. 886-4444 
Hendon, L. J.. ?28 S. 15 St.. Murray 42071. 753-3658, 753-2825 
Hicks. Jack, 29 Avenel PI., Ft. Thomas 41075, 781-0613, 

261-6666 
Hillyer, Charles, 201 Dalewood Dr.. Clarksville. Tn. 27040. 

697-7525. 798-3015 
Hines. Richard. Rt. 4. Box 228A. Bardstown 40004 348-9488 

348-9231 
Hina. Henrv. Box 146. Sturpis 42459. 333-5933. 333-4008 
Hoffman. Thomas. 812 Dalewood Rd.. Villa Hills 41016, 

331-8572, 371-2900 
Holthouser Richard, 1247 Everett Ave.. Louisville 40204. 

■•51-4138. 366-9561 
Hcl'knecht Thomas. 7507 Waldwiek Ct.. Louisville 40258, 

935-4178 
Hopkins George D., Box 371. Elkhorn City, Kv. 41522, 

754-5648 
Hopson. James. Rt. 1. Box 918M. Pikeville. Ky. 41501. 

437-7772. 432-1461 
Houchens. Tom. 505 N. Long St.. London 40741. 864-9075. 

864-2136 
Horsman. Bill. 2902 S. 5th St., Louisville 40208. 637-1201, 

282-0461 
Howard, Times. Box 197, Loyall 40854, 573-4752. 573-4520. 

ext. 217 
Howell. Damon Edwin Jr.. Box 37. Bardstown 40004 348- 

6601. 348-3301 
Hubbard. John D.. 117 E, Stephen Foster. Bardstown 40004 

348-30S7. 348-6457 
Huffine Gary, P.O. Box 2364, Paducah 42001 442-4125 

442-4125 
Humble Michael 1606 Mohawk Tr„ Hopkinsville 42240 
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Hunter, James, 4219 Nanneen Dr., Louisville 40216, 367-1361 
Ishmael, S. A.. 2605 Tophill Rd., Louisville 40206, 897-9509 
Jackson, William, Rt. 4. Box 392, Morganfield 42437, 

389-4333 389-2419 
Jacoby, Ben, Route 1. Georgetown 40324, 863-0508, 255- 

6812, ext. 2241 
Janes Charles, 212 W. Beam St., Bardstown 40004, 348-6545 
Jeffers, Steve, 117 School St., Barbourville 40906, 546-5415, 

546-51U1 
Jeffries, David. 9502 Candywood Ln., Louisville 40291, 

239-4498 
Jenkins, Burney, Apt. 37, Scotland Woods, Georgetown 

40324, 863-3612, 863-3508 
Jensen, Edward. 7707 Johnson School Rd., Fern Creek 40291 
Johnson. Harry, 4329 Harts Ct., Paducah 42001, 443-1767, 

444-6311 ext. 293 
Johnson, Gordon, P.O. Box 682, Prestonsburg, Ky. 41653, 

886-6163, 886-8362 
Johnson, Larry, 303 Patton Dr., Ashland 41101, 325-7539 
Johnson, Reid, 1126 Redwood Dr., Lexington 40511, 255- 

9076, 259-1411 
Johnson. Stan, 2500 Ashlawn Dr., Owensboro 42301, 684- 

2157 295-3451 
Jones, Denver, P.O. Box 700. Hazard 41701, 439-1812, 436-5796 
Jones. Paul, 1705 Lynn Way, Louisville 40222, 426-0544, 

588-6571 
Jutz, Gerald, 917 Beecher. Louisville 40215, 366-8203, 634-4796 
Kammerer, Ken. R.R. 1, Box 266B, Melbourne 41059, 634- 

5406, 635-2911 
Kammerdiener, Ronald, 104 Algiers Ct. #4, Louisville 40218, 

452-6845, 582-4787 
Kaufman, Alvin, 8215 St. Anthony Ch. Rd., Louisville 

40214. 366-0126, 566-4419 
Keifer, Robert B. Jr.. 2916 Hackworth St., Ashland 41101, 

324-2872 329-4631 
Keller. Terry, 237 Ludford St., Ludlow 41016, 261-9987, 

431-9173 
Kemen, Jerry, 440 Pickett Dr., Ft. Wright 41011, 331-4272, 

240-0060 
Kennedy, Jim, Rt. 5, 212 Paddock PL, Versailles 40383, 

873-7490, 257-1623 
Kinch, Marvin, 104 Woodland Ave., Somerset 42501, 679- 

3690, 679-3423 
Kinnard, Robert, 2349 Shandon Dr.. Lexington 40505, 293- 

0089, 232-6346 
Kinslow, Bill, 600 Hedgewood Dr., Franklin 42134, 586-8620, 

586-4451 
Kirk, Charles, P.O. Box 543, Cumberland 40823, 589-2086. 

675-3311 
Kirkland, Drew, P.O. Box 684, Owensboro 42301, 926-2488, 

684-1404 
Kirklin, Luther, Sunnv Acres, Harlan 40831, 573-2195, 

573-2210 
Klusman, Carl Jr., 3004 Piedmont Dr., Louisville 40205, 

459-0581, 634-1531 
Kordenbrock, Joseph, 106 Hart Dr., Hebron 41048, 689- 

7190, 369-4411 
Kouns, Robert, Box 582, South Shore 41175, 932-4540, 

473-9812 
Kraft, Nellis, R.R. 1, Box F 67, Crestwood 40014, 222-7798, 

584-4253 
Kresse, Milton, 4093 Matthews Place, Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

2989, 624-3343 
Kuster, Thomas. 2902 White Plains Rd., Louisville 40218, 

491-3979 
Lamar, Huston, Box 116, Cloverport 40111, 788-6045, 748-4000 
Lambert, Irvin, 6412 Fern Crest, Louisville 40291. 239-4996, 

459-0382 
Lange. William E. Jr.. 5515 Ken Ln., Louisville 40258, 935- 

4710, 361-0123 
Lawson. Don, 280 Cumberland, Barbourville, 546-5658, 

546-5157 
Lawson, Leland. 929 Depurres Ave., Lexington 40505, 254- 

1009, 254-8074 
Leland, Lonnie, 1857 Chatsworth Circle A, Lexington 

40505, 299-5300 
Leahy. Pat. 2907 Cromarty Way. Louisville 40218, 491-6766, 

587-5215 
Ledford. Thomas. 2702 Wren Rd., Ft. Campbell 42223. 

431-4482 
Lee. Charles, P.O. Box 57, Williamsburg 40769, 549-3766, 

528-5851 
Lee. Douglas, Woodland Hills, Harlan 40831, 573-2676, 

573-3440 
Leneave. Robert. 205 E. 18th St.. Benton 42025, 527-3661, 

527-3951 
Lenz. James. 2812 Pomerov Dr.. Louisville 40218 491-9409 
Lewis. Terry. 328 South Alves, Henderson 42420. 827-5112 
Liberatore. Sam. 118 Hurstland Dr., Bardstown 40004, 348- 

6245 
Lillie. Wes. 5102 Jonar Ct., Louisville 40291. 491-2636. 456- 

1586 
Linkes. Clifford. 3051 Kirklevington Dr.. Apt 114, Lexing- 
ton 40502, 272-8722, 564-3020 
Litsev, Jim, 1301 Cooper Dr.. Lexington 40502, 269-7683, 

257-1550 
Lloyd. David. 3612 Concord, Erlanger 41018, 341-2194. 

441-7100 
Loean, Michael. General Del.. South Shore 41175. 932-3310 
Long. James. Box 73, Raskett 42402. 827-5000. 827-1867 
Long, Scott'e. 2425 N. Park Dr.. Henderson 42420. 826-5419 
Loonev. James. Rt 1. Box 60C. Elkhorn 41522 754-9300 
Loonev. John. 292 Bellefonte Cir., Ashland 41101, 836-9138, 

836-9681 



Lowe, Stan. P.O. Box 337, Russellville 42276, 726-6647, 

726-6647 
Luckett, Thomas. 811 Florence Ct., Owensboro 42301. 685- 

1994, 684-7273 
Lusby, George, 615 Pueblo Tr.. Georgetown 40324, 863-1440, 

863-3805 
Luttrell, Gurney. Box 232. Harlan 40831, 573-1960 
Lykins, James, 2833 Campus Dr., Ft. Mitchell 41017, 331- 

7675, 261-2980 
Lynch, Lester, 702 N. Main St.. Elizabethtown 42701, 765- 

2060, 769-5592 

Lyons, Ronald, 3000 Winterhawk Rd., Louisville 40220, 

491-2391, 491-3335 
McCamish, Dan L., Rt. 5, Milton Ave., Elizabethtown 

42701, 737-6973, 351-3167 
McClure, Jerry, 1857 Courtland Dr., Lexington 40505, 299- 

5465. 293-1812 
McClure, Tom, 204 Madison Ave., Bardstown 40004, 348- 

9662, 348-3931 
McConnell, J. D., 140 Crestview Rd., Russell 41169, 836- 

6394 329-7371 
McCormick, Don, Rt. 2, Frankfort 40601, 233-0546. 564-2611 
McCourt, Lowell, 108 Quachita Trail, Frankfort 40601, 695- 

2061, 564-7705 

McCray, Carl, Rt. 1, Box 82A, Berea 40403, 986-9471, 232- 

2308 
McFadden, Jimmie, 649 Northside Dr., Lexington 40505, 

299-1635 276-2021 
McGarey, Paul. 4826 Sherwood, Ashland 41107, 325-0268, 

325-8412 
McGinty, L. V. Jr.. 3927 Primrose, Paducah 42001, 442- 

8080, 442-8050 
McKenty, Lawrence Wm., RR 9, Benton 42025, 527-1405 
McKinney, Adelle, 2770 Lavon Ct., Radcliff 40160, 351- 

5299, 351- 6818 
McMain, James. 3420 Terrace Dr., Erlanger 41018, 341- 

8797, 371-5201 
McNay, James, 2331 Perth Dr., Shivley 40216, 448-4846 
Malone, James, P. O. Box 280, Middlesboro 40965, 248- 

4050, 248-9019 
Maloney, Ross, 703 Waterford Rd., Louisville 40207, 897- 

2385, 893-2348 
Mang, Berry, 214 Wallace Ave., Covington 41014, 261- 

9932, 742-2200 
Martin, Paul, 1630 Griffith Ave., Owensboro 42301, 684- 

6662, 685-5536 
Mason, W. C, 2018 N. Limestone, Lexington 40505, 299- 

9344, 232-2582 
Matheney, John. 2930 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green 

42101, 781-4590, 842-1953 
Mattmiller, Richard, 1718 Blue Licks Rd., Lexington 40504, 

277-1477, 354-3454 
Mayer, Edward. 5005 Sunday Dr., Louisville 40219, 968- 

2632, 587-8885 
Mayer, Joseph J. Jr., 4913 Mile of Sunshine Dr.. Louis- 
ville 40219, 964-5055, 458-2639 
Meadors, William Jr., 784 Covington Ave., Bowling Green 

42101, 842-4141, 745-3347 
Meiman, John. 1700 Deer Park Ln.. Louisville 40205, 451- 

4596 
Melson, Gary B„ 344 E. Walnut. Danville 40422, 236-3170 
Menshouse, Larrv, Rt. 3. Box 1, Donta Dr., Ashland, 41101, 

928-9170, 329-7317 
Mercker, George, 1017 KY Home Life Bldg., Louisville 

40202, 451-8399, 585-4251 
Metzger, Don, 9313 Cloverwood Dr., Louisville 40291, 239- 

9813, 452-4272 
Meyer, Arthur, 2402 Rose Lane. Covington 41011. 491-5721 
Meyer. Raymond, 3142 Rosina Ave., Covington 41015, 261- 

3272 342-7522 
Meyer. 'Richard. 144 Grace Ct., Ft. Mitchell 41017, 331- 

9735, 621-8770 
Mick, Paul, P. O. Box 191. Marion 42064, 965-2521. 965-3191 
Mifflin, Charles, 550 Iroquois Tr., Georgetown 50324 
Miller, Fred. 2330 Bittel Rd., Owensboro 42301, 926-2689 
Miller, Frank, 8789 Big Tree Ct.. Cleves, Ohio 45002, 353- 

2721, 861-3100 
Miller, William D., Box 25, East Point 41216, 886-8785, 298- 

7552 
Miller, Tim, Box 377 M, Jackson 41339, 666-2214, 666-2434 
Mitchell. Glen. 2017 Lvdia. Ashland 41101, 324-3471, 324-6106 
Modrell, Garry, 259 Merrarav, Florence. 525-6384. 491-2663 
Montgomery, Dave, 4203 Kirby Ln., Louisville 40299, 491- 

7055, 267-8142 
Moody. W. R., 2032 Oleander Dr., Lexington 40504, 277- 

9622. 255-5612 
Moonevhan. James, 810 Henry St., Franklin 42134. 586- 

4989. 586-6000 
Moore. Bud F.. 5351 Whitmore Dr.. Cincinnati, Ohio 45238. 

922-8317. 621-8770 
Moore. Phillip. Rt. 6. Box 403. Bowling Green 42101, 781- 

9340. 781-9647 
Moore. Robert. 441 Forest Ave., Erlanger 41018, 342-6942, 

793-6610 
Moore. Wii'iam. 75 N. Lake Dr., Prestonsburg 41653, 886- 

3«23, 886-3083 
Morpan. Chuck, 420 Edgewood Dr., Nicholasville 40356, 

835-9192. 232-7888 
Morgan. Richard, Rt. 7, Box 78, London 40741, 864-2953, 

864-5114 
Morris. L?tv. 4701 Sebree 1. Louisville 40218, 459-1549 
Mco=rn=m. John Rt. 6. Shantv Hollow Rd., Bowling Green 

aojoi 777-1222. 842-6121 
Mcrri= Eriwprd. 153 Raintree Rd., Florence 41042, 371- 

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Morris. Roger. Box 34. Toler 41569. 353-4430. 237-4311 
Morris. Stephen. 108 Vine St.. Cynthiana 41031. 234-2969. 

254-S412 ext. 628 
Morse. Richard. 163 N. Deepwood Dr., Radcliff 40160, 351- 

3748. 624-4646 
Morton, Jim. 1110 Cheyenne, Bowling Green 42101, 843- 

9603. 842-7302 
Murdach. Leslie, 965 Homestead Trl., Henderson 42420. 

827-4133 
Murray, Thomas, 25 Ashton, Ft. Mitchell 41077. 331-1891, 

369-4742 
Nallev, Donald, Rt. 8 Box 410, Clearview, Richmond, KY 

40475, 624-224 9 
Nelligan, Mike, 3112 Wavside Dr., Louisville 40216, 776- 

6511, 587-3761 
Nelson, Clarence. 2911 Ashbury PL, Owensboro 42301, 683- 

0816, 295-3451 ext. 343 
Nethcutt. Bill, 82 Sycamore St., Huntington, W. Va. 25705. 

523-2112. 429-1381 
Nickell. Duane. 237Maxfield Dr., Paducah 42001, 444-6095, 

543-7434 
Noland. Douglas. 305 Herndon Ave., Stanford 40484, 365- 

2609 
Noll. John. 22 Forest. Ft. Thomas 41075, 781-4169 
Noonan, Robert, P. O. Box 319. Barbourville 40906. 523- 

0901. 546-4188 
Notwood. Thomas. 811 Henry St., Franklin 42134, 586- 

3614, 526-8242 
Oetien, Gregory, 56 Arlington PI., Ft. Thomas 41075, 441- 

6031 
Omar, Mac, 908 Parkway Dr., Owensboro 42301, 926-3508, 

926-1110 
Osborne, Lonnie, 220 Lakeview Dr., Pikeville 41501. 437- 

9468, 432-1414 
Osting, James, 7518 Yorktown Rd.. Louisville 40214. 368- 

9631, 635-5261 
Osborne, Ted, Box 806, Lexington 40501. 266-6152. 266-6152 
Osting, John D.. 106 Ruth St., Princeton 42445, 365-9772, 

365-2522 
Owens. Pete, 3470 Winthrop Rd., Lexington 40503, 278- 

0016, 232-2786 
Pace. Donald. 3087 Cleveland Rd., Lexington 40511, 293- 

0181 299-1933 
Page. James. P. O. Box 434. Corbin 40701. 528-8263 
Palko, Edward, RR #1 Owenton Rd., Frankfort 40601. 223- 

8833. 873-4541 
Parks, Charles, 2110 Mammoth Way, Jeffersontown 40299, 

267-5518, 637-0547 
Passifiume, John, 7716 St. Bernard Ct.. Louisville 40291. 

239-4373. 454-0466 
Parker. Bob. 8602 Honor Ave., Louisville 40219. 969-9090. 

587-5276 
Patterson, W. C, 108 Carlisle Ave., Greenburg 42743, 932- 

4738, 932-4263 
Paxton. Gary, 2810 Newtown Pk., Lexington 40511. 252- 

0570, 233-1548 
Payne, Charles, Rt. 1 Box 257, Ashland 41101, 928-8770, 

329-5766 
Peeno. Harry. 412 General Dr.. Ft. Wright 41011. 331-1981 
Perrin. James. 314 E. 16th St.. Hopkinsville 42240, 886- 

0474, 886-4463 
Peterson, Bill. 203 Rosewood. Bardstown 40004, 348-9696. 

348-9224 
Phillips. Richard. P.O. Box 204. Forest Hills 41527. 237- 

7146 
Pietrowski. Paul, 107 Oaklawn Dr., Corbin 40701. 523-0272. 

528-1630 
Pinkerman, Charles. P. O. Box 195, Catlettsburg, 41129, 

739-5126 
Pinson, Eugene. Rt. 4 Box 475. Ashland 41101, 928-6228, 

324-3101 
Pinson, Paul. 2247 Home St., Ashland 41101, 324-7762, 928- 

6441 
Poole, Glenn, 317 Ridgewood Dr., Versailles 40383. 873- 

5124. 272-8626 
Potts. Roy, 431 E. Lee St.. Louisville 40217. 637-4844. 776- 

4651 
Poulos. Nicholas. 7545 Montgomery, Ft. Knox 40121. 624- 

4101, 624-8536 
Powers, Elmer, 1017 N. Main, Borbourville 40906. 546-6613. 

864-2271 
Preston. Delmas. 2603 Butler St.. Ashland 41101. 325-4839, 

329-5079 
Puckett, Robert. 130 Parkside Cr.. Vine Grove 40175, 877- 

5362. 624-8532 
Pugh. Robert. 845 Lane Allen PI.. Lexington 40504, 278- 

0059. 276-4421 
Pugh. Rov. 3510 Barclay Dr.. Jeffersontown 40299. 267- 

5513.^448-8188 
PurcelK- Michael 2689 Anbeth Ct., Lakeside Park, KY 
---''41017, 341-4549, 961-6254 
Purwin, John. Rt. 8 Glen Lily Rd., Bowling Green 42101. 

842-8540. 842-7302 
Quehl. Bud. Princeton 42445, 365-2238. 365-2620 
Rains. Everett, Rt. 4 Box 922, Williamsburg 40769. 549- 

0240. 549-0100 
Randall, Leroy. Route 1 Box 231A. Alexandria 41011, 694- 

6114, 635-2191 
Ransdell. John. 11 Bruce Ct.. Danville 40423. 236-8460, 

236-2113 
Rapp. William. 1836 Woodland Dr.. Ironton 45638. 532- 

1983. 532-7245 
Rawdon. Richard Jr.. P. O. Box 631, Georgetown 40324, 

535-6198, 863-0249 



Read, Frederick. 1338 Greenup St., Covington 41011, 431- 

5197 431-5197 
Reynold's, Elmer. P. O. Box 421, Loyall 40854, 573-1828. 

573-1900 
Rilev, Micnael, Rt. 1. Sedalia 42079. 382-2753. 247-6730 
Ring. Bill. 481 Rookwood Pkwy.. Lexington 40505, 299- 

7089 255-8492 
Roark, Jimmy. P. O. Box 114. Pathfork, 40863. 664-2883, 

664-3444 
Roberts. James. 1019 Oawbee Dr.. Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-4739, 769-5950 
Roberts. Thomas Jr., 2121 Baringer Ave.. Louisville 40204, 

458-2949, 582-2547 
Rose, Robert Jr., 2308 Meadowbrook Cir., Shepherdsville 

40165. 543-4562, 778-4421 
Robinson, Larry, Box 6, Paintsville 41240, 789-1733, 789- 

1440 ext. 247 
Rogers, Rufus. HQs 3rl Armd., DIV ARTY, APO NY 09165 
Rouse. Thomas. 161 Bonnie Brae, Lexington 40509, 252- 

2483 
Runvon, Tommy, Box 181, Belfry 41514, 353-4935, 432-2733 
Russ, Charles. 2413 Mt. Claire. Louisville 637-4158, 587-7421 
Russell, Gary, 2112 Gregory Dr., Henderson 42420, 827-2437 
Salsburv, Donald, 2437 Ontario St., Flatwoods 41139. 

836-4527, 329-7747 
Sandfoss, Michael, 64 West Villa PI., Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5069, 562-3020 
Saviors. Carlee. 1700 Main, Murray 42071, 753-7979, 824-5602 
Schilling, Don, 246 N. 38th St.. Paducah 42001, 444-6716, 

442-2370 
Schmitt, Paul, 3864 Darlene Dr., Shivley 40216, 778-5355, 

778-2773 
Schultz. Frank, 206 W. Beall. Bardstown 40004, 348-5137, 

964-5911 
Sesher, Jim, 7091 Manderlay Dr., Florence 41042. 371-8128, 

621-1146 
Scott, W. L., 1816 McDonald Ave., Lexington 40503, 278- 

2844, 278-9702 
Seavers, Joe. 2517 Ann St., Villa Hills 41016, 341-0213. 291- 

8925 
Sellinger, Robert, 8411 Rodnev Circle, Louisville 40219, 

968-4340, 426-1650 
Shelley. Hugh. Rt. J2, Maxon Rd. Box 320A, Paducah 

42001, 443-2178 
Shelton. James. 812 S. 2nd St.. Mayfield 42066. 247-9963, 

247-1431 
Sherman, Inman Jr., Rt. 5 Box 688, London 40741, 864- 

6518, 864-2207 
Shreve, Tim, 6919 Blackhorse Dr.. Louisville 40291, 239- 

1946, 452-5071 
Simms, Clarence, 610 Linden Ave.. Newport 41071, 581- 

3026, 243-3104 
Simpson, James, Box 424, South Shore 41175, 932-3613, 

932-3131 
Simms, Ranly, 1905 Richmond Dr., Louisville 40205, 896- 

9327, 896-9327 
Sizemore, Aster, 201 Sunvalley Terrace, Hazard 41701. 

436-3402. 436-2107 
Sligh, Jim, Rt. 7 Box 152, Ashland 41101, 928-5859, 739-5111 
Small. David, 600 Arbor Dr.. Anchorage 40223 245-7954, 

893-0262 
Smith, Ronald, 561 Lisa Dr., Lexington 40505, 299-9688. 

255-5661 ext. 279 
Sohan. John. 2017 Peabodv Ln. irl4. Louisville 40218. 454- 

5046 
South. Stanley, 57 Burton Ct.. Winchester 40391. 744-0357, 

744-4812 ext. 217 
Spath, William. 302 Cambridge Station Rd.. Louisville 

40223. 245-1701, 584-5209 
Spurrier, John, 849 Fetter Ave.. Louisville 40217. 637- 

6098, 368-1024 
Stansbury, Charles, 625 White St., Morehead 40351. 784- 

5135, 525-0301 
Steinberg, Morton, 10404 Nanka Rd., Louisville 40272, 

937-1383, 456-3131 
Stewart. Phil, 112 E. 13th St.. Bowling Green 42101. 843- 

4739 
Stikeleather, Clyde, 730 School St.. Leitchfield 42754, 259- 

3885, 259-3161 
Stovall, Kenneth Jr., 2136 Glenworth Ave.. Louisville 

40218. 451-6781. 581-2054 
Strader. Tim. 4800 Richardson Rd.. Ashland 41101. 325- 

3255. 324-2144 ext. 270 
Spratling. Obie. 416 N. Logsdon Pkwy., Radcliff 40160, 

?51-9482. 624-2320 
Streible. Ronnie, Rt. 1 John Ave.. Elizabethtown 42701, 

737-5540 769-2371 ext 245 
Strain, Richard, P. O. Box 471. Radcliff 40160. 351-4306, 

624-2214 
Straus. William. 121 Todds Rd.. Apt. 47, Lexington 40509, 

269-4787. 254-1465 
Streicher, Richard, 3249 Ellis Way, Louisville 40220, 458- 

5254, 548-7156 
Stuecile, Ray, 1404 Girard Dr., Louisville 40222, 425-3679, 

893-3852 
Stumbo. Jack. 1146 Riverview Ln.. Prestonsburg 41653. 

886-3363. 886-3080 
Stutler. Joe. 6035 Beechmont Ave.. Cincinnati, OH 45230, 

232-6697. 232-6697 
Sutton. Jim. Rt. 1. East Bernstadt 40729. 843-7428. 864-2241 
Swarts. Joseph. 135 Lane St.. Coal Grove. OH 45638. 532- 

9349. 532-5245 
Swinford, Joseph. 106 South Elmarch Ave., Cvnthiana 

41031. 234-2562, 234-5820 



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Swope, James, 500 Van Voast, Bellevue 41073, 581-4300. 

271-8850 
Sword, Russ, 601 Lovern St., Hazard 41701, 439-2263, 439- 

1331 
Talbot, William III, Box 303 R. R. 6, Paris 40361, 987-4529 
Tate, Ken Jr., 280 Boiling Springs Dr., Lexington 40505, 

254-0200. 255-0835 
Taylor, James, Rt. 2 Box 192. Ashland 41101, 928-5792, 

325-8426 
Thomas, Lyn, Rt. 3 Box 176, Calvert City 42029, 395-4035, 

395-7121 ext 2446 
Thomas, Paul. 706 Gartrell Ct., Ashland 41101. 324-9603, 

739-4166 ext. 8206 
Thomas, Raymond, 1106 Main St., Sturgis 42459, 338-2151, 

338-5460 ext. 54 
Thomas, Raymond, 212 Akin Ave., Franklin 42134, 586- 

6297, 586-3261 
Thompson, Harrie, 1673 Cleveland Pike, Lexington 40511, 

266-2819, 278-3478 
Thompson, Tom, 97 Carran Dr., Ft. Mitchell 41017, 341- 

1809, 292-4034 
Thompson, Victor N., 3211 Perimter Dr., Erlanger41018. 

341-1556, 579-9100 
Thornton, Daniel, Rt. 6 Box 568 B 3, Clarksville. Tn., 

37040, 552-6596, 798-2916 
Timmering, George, 4109 Manner Gate Dr., Louisville 

40220, 491-7705, 897-9441 
Tinsley, Joe. 2344 Russellville Rd., Bowling Green 42101, 

781-5698 
Tipton, Ronald, 3021 Stanford Dr., Lexington 40503, 272- 

1403, 266-3515 
Tharpe. Willie, 2605 Oregon Ave., Louisville 40210, 776- 

3480, 778-6631 ext. 257 
Towe, Paul, 611 Lake Knoll Ct., Erlanger 41018, 341- 

7895, 751-1334 
Trapp, Charles. 34 Trapp Ct., Alexandria 41001, 635-9250, 

341-2700 ext. 268 
Trabue, David, 114 Maplewood PL, Glasgow 42141, 651- 

3436, 651-3436 
Treas, Joe, P. O. Box 653, Fulton 42041, 472-1604, 472-1836 
Treibly, Charles, 2107 Starmont Rd., Louisville 40207, 893- 

5855, 426-2412 
Tuitele, Matthew, 203 Millbrooke Dr., Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-8371, 885-8457 
Turley, Howard. 2655 Algonquin Pkwy., Louisville 40210, 

374-1637 
Turner, Charles, 700 Iroquois, Danville 40422, 236-6983, 

744-3433 
Tye, Josh, 225 College St., Barbourville 40906, 546-3745, 

546-3121 
Tyson, Daniel. 4719 A Prichard. Fort Knox 40121, 942- 

3546, 624-3111 
Urlage. Dick, 822 Highland Ave.. Ft. Thomas 41075, 441- 

5513, 874-8820 



VanBogaert, Steve, 6410 Mandeville Rd., Louisville 40228, 

239-4224 
Vaughn, Jim 508 N. 2nd, Bardstown 40004, 348-2820 
Vaughn, William Jr., 3016 Winding .Trails, Dr., Edgewood 

41017 331-0823 283-3451 
Vest, David, 201 E. Second St., Lexington 40507, 272-1543, 

253-3486 
Wade, Bill, RR 5, Morganfield 42437, 389-1061, 389-2419 

ext. 241 
Wagner, Stephen. P. O. Box 250, Barlstown 40004, 839- 

7674 348-3953 
Waide, Harry, 558 S. Seminary, Madisonville 42431, 821- 

1139, 821-3870 
Waldrop, Harold, 7516 A Montplier, Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

6083, 624-1319 
Waldrop, James, 7516 Montplier St., Fort Knox 40121, 624- 

6083 
Walker, Joe, 508 E. Cedar, Franklin 42134, 586-8457, 586-3331 
Waller, Bobbie. 309 Strathmore, Lexington 40505 299-6123 
Wanchi, N., 101 Southview Dr., Nicholasville 40356, 885- 

6627, 255-6812 ext. 2280 
Ward, Tommy. Marsee Dr., Harlan 40831, 573-4653, 573-3711 
Warren, Bige, Box 29, Barbourville 40906 542-4320, 546-5189 
Washer, Charles, 3922 Bank St.. Louisville 40212, 776-6416, 

969-2377 
Washer, James, 10304 Rock Falls Ct., Louisville 40223, 245- 

7224, 458-6180 
Watson. George, 312 Holly Hill, Lexington 40503, 278-8838, 

299-7711 
Watson, James, 11910 Cedarcreek Dr.. Cincinnati, OH 45240 

742-0810, 562-2870 
Weber, Thomas. 5809 Brandywine Ct.. Louisville 40291 

239-5066, 426-6020 
Wedge, Denny, 1531 Cabell Dr., Bowling Green 42101. 842- 

6732, 781-1067 
Wells, Glenn, 517 Edgar Ct., Erlanger 41018, 727-2481, 292- 

5340 
Wells, Lewis, B-3 Mt. Victor Apt., Bowling Green 42101, 

843-2197, 842-0186 
Wessel, Joseph, 7606 Smvrna Rd., Louisville 40228, 964-8909 
Wetzel, Ralph, Rt. 3, Calhoun 42327, 278-2708, 462-2365 
Whalen, Billy, 2077 St. Teresa, Lexington 40502 269-5243, 

259-1411, ext. 320 
Whelan, James, 1827 Cecelia Ct.. Owensboro 42301. 683- 

0744, 683-2431 
White, Russell, Rt. 3 Box 323, Ironton, OH 45638, 532-8648 
Whitehead. Christopher, 701 N. Main St., Elizabethtown 

42701, 765-2060, 769-5592 
Wilder, Jerry. 2042 Tulip Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 781- 

3549 
Wilder, Teddy W.. Bow 14 Kettle Island, Pineville 40957, 

337-6241, 248-5313 



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1. $1,000 deductible clause; 

2. Up to $25,000 in medical benefits per injury (after the deductible has been 
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3. Coverage for students engaging in, practicing for, or traveling to or from, 
all activities under the jurisdiction of the K.H.S.A.A. and the direct super- 
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traveling to or from the game they are to officiate; 

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The Player . . . 



1. He lives clean and plays hard. He plays for the love of the game. 

2. He wins without boasting, he loses without excuses and he never quits. 

3. He respects officials and accepts their decisions without question. 

4. He never forgets that he represents his school. 

The Coach . . . 

1. He inspires in his boys a love for the game and the desire to win. 

2. He teaches them that it is better to lose fairly than to win unfairly. 

3. He leads players and spectators to respect officials by setting them a 
good example. 

4. He is the type man he wants his boys to be. 

The Official . . . 

1. He knows the rules. 

2. He is fair and firm in all decisions. He calls them as he sees them. 

3. He treats players and coaches courteously and demands the same 

treatment for himself. 

4. He knows the game is for the boys, and lets them have the spotlight. 



The Spectator . . . 



1. He never boos a player or official. 

2. He appreciates a good play, no matter who makes it. 

3. He knows the school gets the blame or the praise for his conduct. 

4. He recognizes the need for more sportsmen and fewer "sports." 

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1977 Certified Football Officials 



Aldridge, James R. 
Allen, Arthur 
Allen, James 
Allgood , David A. 
Allison, Roy 
Anders, Raleigh 
Austin, Tom A. 
Baldwin, Dennis 
Barbour, Ralph B. 
Barney, Greg 
Barnott, John 
Bartlett, C. W. 
Batterton, Keith 
Bell, Clarence T. 
Bell, Ron K. 
Bernardini, Bruno 
Bewley, Harry G. 
Bickel, Arthur 
Blackford, Robert 
Blevins, Donald W. 
Bocook, Earl 
Bogar, Joseph D. 
Boyles, Jerry 
Bradford, P. Neil 
Bramble, James 
Brauch, Charles 
Brause, Dr. Allan 
Brown, Herman 
Brown, John W. "Scoop'' 
Buckley. Robert 
Bullock, James D. 
Burton, John Jr. 
Byrd, A. Gordon 
Cargill, Thomas Jr. 
Carlson, David A. 
Carr. Billy 
Carr, Larry 
Cecil, James Ron 
Clark, John E. 
Clemmons. Sam 
Cline, Nick L. 
Coleman, Louis H. 
Collins, Charles D. 
Collins. Ronald K. 
Colley, Lynn W. 
Cook, Richard N. 
Cornwell, Bobby 
Cornwell, James 
Craft, Albert B. 
Crutcher, David 
Crutcher, John 
Crutcher, Paul 
Culp, Willard E. 
Current, Bob 
Current, Ray 
Daopoulos, Jim 
Davis, Ralph C. 
Denton, William J. 
DeSensi. W. C. 
DeWees. Bill 
Drake, Richard 
Duff, William C, Jr. 
Durden, John R. 
Easley, Dan 
Eldridge, Wayne R. 
Elovitz, Carl 
Emmons, Guy W. 
Eubanks, William M. 
Evans, Willis S., Jr. 



Ewen, George 
Faust, Jack 
Fay, John C. 
Fenimore, Clarke E. 
Ferguson, Roy F. 
Ferrell, Ronnie 
Fish, Leland G. 
Flynn, Robert 
Frankel. Louis S. 
Frazer, Tom Roe 
Fryrear, Bill P. 
Furlong, William E. 
Gallaher, Jack F. 
Gammon, William H. 
Gastineau, Joby 
Gentry, Dale J. 
Gettler, John F. 
GfeU, George V. 
Gibson, Richard L. 
Gober, John S. 
Graas, Oscar 
Graham, James 
Green, Donald 
Greenwell, Robert 
Griffin, Powell 
Gutterman, Jim 
Guy, N. S. Ill 
Hackett, Wilbur Sr. 
Hadden, Newell 
Hall. Charles E. 
Hamby, Tom 
Hammons, George 
Harris, David 
Hawkins, Donald H. 
Hayden. John O. 
Heaberlin, Bill 
Hedge, David Wm. 
Henderson, Charles A. 
Hendon, L. T. 
Hoffman, Thomas 
Hopson, James 
Horsman, Bill 
Huffine. Gary L. 
Humble, Mike 
Hunter, James 
Ishmael, Stephen A. 
Jackson, Edward 
Jacoby, Ben W. 
James, Gene 
Jeffries, David T. 
Jensen, Edward 
Johnson, Bob 
Johnson, Gordon M. 
Johnson, Harry A. 
Johnson, Stan 
Jones, Denver 
Jones. Paul D. 
Kammerdiener, Ronald T. 
Kaufman, Alvin R. 
Keifer, Robert B., Jr. 
Kemen, Jerry 
Kirk, Charles 
Kirkland. Drew 
Klusman, Karl Jr. 
Kouns, Robert H. 
Kraft, Nellis 
Kuster, Thomas T. 
Lambert, Irvin 
Lange, William E., Jr. 



Leahy, Pat 
Ledford, Thomas 
Lee, Douglas 
Leneave, Robert E. 
LeQuire, H. M. 
Lille. Wes 
Linkes, Clifford C. 
Logan, Michael 
Long, James E. 
Lowe. Stan 
Luckett, Thomas E. 
Lusby, George 
Lykins, James O. 
Lynch, Lester 
McClure, Tom 
McCormick, Don R. 
McFadden, Jimmie 
McGinty, L. V., Jr. 
McKinney. Adelle F. 
Maloney. Ross H. "Pat" 
Mang, Berry W., Jr. 
Mattingly. Charles Pete 
Mattingly, Wayne C. 
Mayer, Ed 
Meadors, William J. 
Mercker, George E. 
Metzger, Don 
Mick, Paul E. 
Montgomery, Dave 
Moody, W. R. 
Mooneyhan, James H. 
Moore, Franklin 
Moore, Robert 
Morgan, Richard 
Morse, Richard K. 
Murray, Thomas 
Nelligan, Mike 
Nelson. Clarence 
Noland, Doug 
Norwood, Thomas R. 
Omar, Max G. 
Osborne, Lonnie 
Osborne, Ted 
Osting, James E. II 
Pace, Donald W. 
Page, Jim 
Parker, Bob L. 
Passafiume, John 
Paxton. Gary 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Perrin, James 
Pittman. Spencer 
Powers, Elmer 
Pugh, Roy 
Purcell, Mike 
Quehl, Harry B. 
Rapp, William 
Rascoe, Robert B. 
Rawdon. Richard 
Read, Frederick K. 
Riggs, C. Dennis 
Ring, William 
Roberts. James 
Roberts, Thomas Jr. 
Rogers, Rufus B. 
Rose. Robert 
Rosen, William H. 
Russell, Gary E. 



Russman, Godfrey F., Jr. 
Satterly, Grant 
Schmitt, Paul E. 
Scott. W. L. "Bill" 
Seavers, Joe 
Sesher, James 
Shreve, Tim 
Simms, Clarence E. 
Simpson, James H. 
Sizemore, Aster 
Sligh, Jim 
Small, David E. 
Smith, Joseph E. 
Sohan, John P. 
South, Stanley P. 
Spath, William J. 
Staley, Jerry 
Stephenson, Harry 
Stovall, Kenneth 
Strain, Richard 
Streible, Ronnie D. 
Streicher. Richard A. 
Stuedle, Ray 
Stumbo, Jack 
Sumner, Carl 
Sutton, James 
Swinford. John 
Talbot, William G„ III 
Tate, Ken 
Taylor, James R. 
Thomas, Lyn 
Thomas, Raymond E. 
Thompson, Thomas D. 
Thompson, Victor Neil 
Thornton, Daniel 
Timmering, George E. 
Towe, Paul F. 
Trapp, Charles 
Treas. Joe 
Treibly, Charles E. 
Tuitele, Matthew V. L. 
Turley, Howard 
Tye, Josh 
Urlage, Richard 
Vaughn, William E.. Jr. 
Vest, David 
Wade, Bill 
Waide, Harry D. 
Waldrop. Harold D. 
Walker, Joe 
Waller, Bobbie E. 
Wanchic, Nick 
Ward, Tommy 
Washer, James P. 
Watson, James H. 
Weber, Thomas C. 
Wedge, Denny 
Wells, Glenn 
Whelan, James 
Wilbert, Donald A. 
Wilder, Jerry 
Wilson, Nellus R. 
Winfrey. Wm. Steven 
Wright, Jim 
Wright, Howard L. 
Wuertz, John R. 
Wulfeck, James 
Zimmer, Tom 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XL— No. 3 



OCTOBER, 1977 



$1.00 Per Year 



Newly Elected Board Member 






Barney Thweall 

Barney Thweatt graduated from Brewers High 
School in 1948. He was a member of three State 
Tournament terms while in high school. The 1947 
Brewers team was runners-up to Maysville High 
School, and the 1948 team won the State Cham- 
pionship with a 36-0 record. (The last team to go 
undefeated and win the State Tournament.) Brew- 
ers was coached by the late McCoy Tarry. 

Mr. Thweatt graduated from Murray State 
College in 1953 and was a member of the basket- 
ball team which was composed of Garrett Beshears, 
Howard Crittenden, and Charles "Doddle" Floyd. 

Barney Thweatt coached high school basketball 
in Farina, Illinois, Oldham County Kentucky, and 
Paducah Tilghman. His 1963 Oldham County team 
went to the semi-finals of the State Tournament 
before being eliminated by Seneca High School, 
the 1963 State Champion. He was named Coach of 
the Year in the 8th Region in 1963. His 1967 
Paducah Tilghman team lost to Covington Catholic 
in the first round of the State Tournament and 
Covington Catholic lost to Earlington in the finals 
of the State Tournament by one point. He was 
named Coach of the Year in Region 1 in 1967. 
He served as President of the First Regional High 
School Basketball Coaches Association while at 
Paducah Tilghman. 

In the fall of 1967, Mr. Thweatt was hired as 
Principal of North Marshall High School, and 
while there he served as President of the Western 
Kentucky Association of School Administrators, 
and President of the First Regional Ninth Grade 
Basketball Association. He was named Principal 
at Mayfield High School in 1970 and served three 
years before moving to Christian County High 
School. He is now serving as President of the 
Western Kentucky Football Conference, and is 
active in Kentucky Association of School Admin- 
istrators and Kentucky Association of Secondary 
School Principals. 

Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.SA.A. 
Office, Lexington, Kentucky, on Saturday morn- 
ing, October 8, 1977. The meeting was called to 
order by President Ray Story at 10:00. Present 
were Board members Denval Barriger, Zeb Blank - 
enship, Jack Burkich, Joseph McPherson, Norman 
Passmore, Glendon Ravenscraft, Barney Thweatt, 



George Sauer and Paul Trimble; Commissioner 
Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioners Diane 
Caines, Louis Stout and Billy Wise. Conley Man- 
ning was present representing the State Depart- 
ment of Education and Darrell Wells represented 
the State School Boards Association. The invo- 
cation was given by George Sauer. 

Norman Passmore moved, seconded by George 
Sauer, that the reading of the minutes of the July 
29 meeeting be approved as submitted. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills reported the results of 
the recent election for Board membership held 
in Section 1. Prin. Barney Thweatt, Christian 
County High School was elected to complete the 
unexpired term of Mr. Arnold Oaken. He defeated 
Prin. Richard Vincent, Union County High School. 
Mr. Thweatt received 25 votes and Mr. Vincent 
received 11 votes. 

The Board heard a request from Mrs. Helen 
Crum that the eligibility of her son, Randy Crum, 
be restored at Dilce Combs High School. Randy 
is ineligible under the provisions of By-Law 6, 
Section 1, Transfer Rule. Following the presen- 
tation and after considering the facts, Joseph Mc- 
Pherson moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, 
that By-Law 6, Section 1, be waived in this case. 
The motion carried by a vote of 7-3. 

The Board heard an appeal from Coach Danny 
Johnson that By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, 
be waived to permit Kevin Jackson to participate 
in athletics at Williamsburg High School. Follow- 
ing his presentation, George Sauer moved, sec- 
onded by Glen Ravenscraft, that the Transfer 
Rule not be waived in this case. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented a letter from Prin. Thomas 
H. Stephenson, Heath High School, requesting 
that By-Law 5, Section 1, be waived in the case 
of Pat A. Thomasson. Pat was injured on the 
fourth play of Heath High School's first football 
game. Mr. Stephenson stated that Pat is not able 
to return to school during the present semester. 
Following the presentation and a lengthy dis- 
cussion, Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by 
Joseph McPherson, that By-Law 5, Section 1, be 
waived in this case. The motion failed to pass by 
a vote of 2 in favor of the motion and 7 opposed. 

Mr. Mills presented a letter received from 
Mrs. George Sadler, University Breckinridge 
School, requesting that By-Law 6, Section 1, 
Transfer Rule, be waived in the case of Pam 
Kohls. After reviewing the facts in the case 
George Sauer moved, seconded by Barney 
Thweatt, that the Transfer Rule not be waived 
in this case. The motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented a request from 
Prin. Dale Callahan, Owsley County High School, 
that By-Law 5, Section 4, be waived in favor of 
Tony Smith. After reviewing the correspondence 
in the case, Denval Barriger moved, seconded by 
Barney Thweatt, that By-Law 5, Section 4, be 
waived in this case. The motion failed to pass 
by a vote of 3 in favor of the motion and 6 
opposed. 

Commissioner Mills presented the Board with 

a summation of the eligibility case involving Todd 

Shadowen of the Madisonville North-Hopkins High 

School. He explained that a permanent injunction 

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Page Two THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1977 

OCTOBER, 1977 VOL. XL— No. 3 BOARD MINUTES 

Published monthly, excepl June and July, by Ihe (Continued from Page One) 

Kentucky High School Alhlelic Association , T _ TT _ . . , T _ „ 

Office of Publication, 560 e. Cooper Dr., p. o. Box 7502. was issued against the K.H.S.A.A. by Judge Tom 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 Spain in the Hopkins Circuit Court on September 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 22, 1977. Following a lengthy discussion, Joseph 

Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided McPherson moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, 

May 1 " f9T6% n ubHc 3 atio A n C No 0f 2f3 C oe o ber *" m? ' authori2ed that the Board not appeal this decision. The mo- 

Editor tom mills tion passed by a vote of 7 to 2. 

Assistani Editor jean batsel Representatives of the twenty-four Jefferson 

Assistant Editor DIANNE h cAiNEs County Public schools and the four parochial high 

ASSlSIEUlI CjQIIOr LUUlo olUUl i -, i /> ,i Tt i , i • ii 

Assistant Editor billy v. wise schools came before the Board to discuss the 

Lexington, Kentucky proper procedure for the distribution of proceeds 

board of control from the Class AAAA playoff football games. 

President ___. Ray story (1974-1978) Radciiff Following the presentation, President Ray Story 

Vice-Pres. Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington recommended that all playoff games, when pos- 

Directors Denval Barriger (1975-1979) Bowling Green; sible be playec J as double headers and the gate 

Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981 , Nicholasville; Jack Burkich .' £ J , . ., , . TJ . . v,„„ " .„ 

(1976-1980), Whiiesburg; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), receipts be divided four ways. If it becomes 

Louisville; Giendon Raveriscraft (1976-1979), Alexandria; necessary to play the games at different sites, the 

Sl°f 9 t sauer (1974-1978) Louisville; Paul Trimble (1976- admission price shall be the same at both sites 

lfon'rfpresentaHvf 0n Y Manmng - Sla,e Dept ' of Educa " and total receipts shall be divided among the 

„ , . . „ „, „„ four competing schools. The final game receipts 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year ape tQ fae divided betw een the two competing 

(-77- £s? > /ft/??. schools. Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by 
<j/fcom Me loom/ntMto/ie/' A (LMZce Jack Burkich, that the recommendation of Presi- 
dent Story be accepted. The motion carried unani- 
mously. 
r» l ^L. ii A • c * Football Committee Chairman George Sauer, 
Basketball Assigning Secretaries presented the results of the recent opinion poll 

taken among the member schools concerning pos- 
Fourteen assigning secretaries have been sible changes in the present playoff system. Fol- 
named to serve as rules interpretators for the six- lowing a discussion of his report, it was agreed 
teen regions. In addition he will assist in recruit- that no changes would be made pending further 
ing new officials and in the assignment of officials. study. The Commissioner was directed to inform 
The names of the assigning secretaries with the a n state Class AAAA football playing schools that 
residence and business phone numbers. (Business a meeting has been scheduled on October 26, 1977, 
numbers are given first), are as follows: to discuss the present playoff system. The meet- 
Rex Alexander, 1320 Wells Blvd., Murray, 767- i ng w jh be held at Stouifers' Inn, Louisville, at 
6826, 753-3579 2:00 P.M., and each Class AAAA school is re- 
George Wooton, 96 S. Rosemont, Providence, 667- quested to have a representative present at this 

2613, 667-2932 important meeting. 

Jerr 9fi£? mme1 ' B ° X 86 ' Beechmont ' 476 - 8375 . 476 " Commissioner Mills requested the Board to 

BOb 8?S 2 1316 S - ^ B0Wlmg ^ 842 " 8175 ' fhl^eVm^aL^A^^tA^^^ 

How ( a ^ gfei 30 N - Miies - Eiizabetht ° w - ^sassstfti^sifis^thruft 

p oto SJi wib n„ nl , t „ , c t versify of Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky University 

vi^Aw« 9!9 P Q Rd - " and Henry Clay High School in Lexington. Paul 

T?™/wf;^oo?Jr nl+tiiiwL <tA* oqiq a7« di no Trimble made the motion, seconded by Zeb Blank- 

5°7 Wmchester, Bethlehem, 845-2918 878-4102 hi th t the 1977 class A AA and AAA pla 

Bob Miller 197 Holiday Lane, Ft. Thomas, 635- off g ^ mes be played at Eastern Kentucky Uni- 

Howard' Rogers 17 Maryland, Winchester, 293- Yf™% . Richmon d. The motion passed by a vote 

3040 744-1785 

Charley Hall. Rt. 1. Winter Hawk, Danville, 236- „ ^ Bo , a r d discussed the recent action of the 

2604 236-8811 State Board for Elementary and Secondary tdu- 

Ray Can'ady, Box 244, Barbourville, 546-5624, 546- ca ti? n . wit A h respect to the Kentucky High School 

4765 Athletic Associations Constitution and By-Laws. 

Edward Madden, Pippa Passes, 785-3153 368-2753 Following a lengthy discussion, Commissioner 

Hubert Holbert, Box 19, Langley, 285-3230 285- Mllls was instructed to schedule a meeting with 

3745 representatives of the State Department of Edu- 

Bobby Crager. 1703 Mary Ellen Dr. Flatwoods, cati( ? n for the purpose of reviewing the contents 

836-5623, 836-6069 of thls action as soon as possible. 

Paul Trimble moved, seconded by Denval 

Barriger, that the fee for baseball umpires for the 

1978 season be set at $15.00 for a single game and 

K.H.S.A.A. Directory $25.00 for a double header. The allowance for 

travel shall be the same as for basketball offi- 

m, v . , „■„, , , .,, , . . cials. The motion passed by a vote of 8-1. 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- , ,_ ™ ■, jji.-t-u 
tion has printed a directory for 1977-78. Included Joseph McPherson moved, seconded by Zeb 
in the directory is a calendar of events, a section Blankenship, that all bills for the period begin- 
on general information about the K.H.S.A.A. and "ing July 1, 1977 and ending September 30, 1977, 
a listing of member schools and their personnel. b e allowed. All members voted aye. 

The Directory is available to coaches, officials The Board of Control set the next meeting 

and other interested persons at a fee of $2.00. date for December 17 1977. at 10:00 A.M. at the 

Please send check or money order to Directory, K.H.S.A.A. Building, Lexington. 

K.H.S.A.A.. Box 7502, 560 East Copper Drive, Lex- There being no further business, the meeting 

ington, Kentucky 40502. was adjourned. 



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Athletics Are Justified 

By: Bill Smith, 

Director of Athletics 

Bend, Oregon 

(This article first appeared in the April-May, 1977 
issue of the OSAA Interscholastic, the official 
organ of the Oregon School Activities Association.) 

It doesn't take a genius to figure out what 
taxpayers want when it comes to public education 
in Oregon schools. They want the most their dollar 
will buy, more accountability, better discipline 
and a return to the basics., 

If one were to take a close look at the public 
schools and their various programs offered, that 
person would soon see that in the areas of athletics 
the public is getting all that it demands and a 
great deal more. 

Let's face reality. The only people really 
accountable in the public schools are the cus- 
todians and the coaches. A poorly coached team 
and a dirty floor show up like a sore thumb. 
Coaches put their products out at least once a 
week for the public to see. If athletes are not 
fundamentally sound, if they do not display good 
sportsmanship, or act in a manner that is not 
acceptable publicly, everyone can tell immediately. 
That's what you call being accountable. Where 
else can you get this type of accountability in 
your school system? 

Nowhere in public schools is discipline main- 
tamed more than in the athletic programs. Athletes 
are the last stronghold for discipline in our schools. 
Parents, teachers and law enforcement agencies 
have not had the success in maintaining discipline 
with youngsters that our athletic programs have 
had. Most youngsters will abstain from alcohol and 
tobacco, will maintain above average grades and 
will conduct themselves in a lady or gentleman- 
ly like manner in order to participate in an ath- 
letic program. Discipline is getting tougher and 
tougher for coaches to maintain. Everyone is ask- 
ing for more discipline in our schools, but at times 
it appears what they are really saying is, "We 
want all youngsters disciplined — except our own." 

It's lucky for all of us that coaches are a 
courageous lot. The public is crying for discipline, 
but the parents are saying, "We want discipline 
but go easy on my son or daughter," and the 
courts are saying, "if you discipline athletes you 
may be sued for damages." 

With the many public pressures, accompanied 
with low coaching salaries, it's a wonder we still 
have people who want to coach. Coaching salaries 
are the best buy the public has for its money. 
It would be absolutely shocking if people knew 
how little coaches were being paid for their 
coaching duties. The amount, in most cases, would 
not meet the minimum wage. Paying these wages 
for working with America's most precious re- 
sources (our kids), doesn't make sense, but our 
coaches aren't complaining — yet. 

When a school district provides an athletic 
program, it is providing one of the original basics 
in education. All one has to do is to turn to Greek 
history and that person would find that forms of 
athletic competition may have been the original 
basic education. What could be more basic than 
learning to compete within the framework of the 
rules, getting along with others, winning and 
losing with honor, being able to adjust to disap- 
pointments and failures and maintaining self- 
discipline. 

The number one killer in America today is 
heart disease. One of the main things leading to 
heart disease is lack of activity. Knowing this. 
one wonders why the American public isn't de- 
manding that we pump more money into athletic 



facilities and programs so that more youngsters 
may take part. Facilities are so limited in some 
school districts now that youngsters may be prac- 
ticing as late as 10 p.m. and as early as 5:30 a.m. 

Instead of continuously criticizing competitive 
athletics, school administrations and the general 
public should study and evaluate athletic pro- 
grams to find out why they are so important to 
youngsters and why they have been so successful 
so long. When they find the answers to these 
things, they should take those elements that make 
athletics important and apply them to all aca- 
demic programs. 

Why is it that parents get so upset when their 
son or daughter does not have a good experience 
in athletics? Do they react the same if their son 
or daughter has a similar disappointment in an 
academic class? How many petitions are sent 
around to fire a coach compared to those sent 
around to fire an individual in a regular teaching 
position? Do parents and the public react the 
same to academic cuts in curriculum as they do 
in cuts of athletic programs? Persons who feel 
that the answer to this one is "yes" should contact 
school districts that have experienced cuts in 
both areas. 

Why all the concern for Athletics? Because 
athletics do the job of educating our children. 
Participants learn the very basics of life and can 
then apply those things learned to everyday life. 
A youngster can apply self discipline more often 
than he or she can X equals Y. 

The reason athletics do the job is because 
participants are challenged. The challenge may 
come in many forms, to be the best team player, 
to make the starting lineup, just to be a part of a 
team or the challenge against one's self, which is 
the biggest competitor that any of us will face. 
Competition, if handled in a proper manner, is 
the most important element in our American 
society. Without competition, the wheels would 
stop. 

Instead of continuously criticizing athletics, 
take this basic structure and apply it to the total 
education program. Put the same pressure on all 
educators to do as good a job as is put on coaches. 
Develop an academic competitive program. Have 
Mr. Brown's history class challenge Mr. Jones' 
history class and establish an academic winner. 
Invite the public to see the contest. The rules of 
the game are already established. Every school 
district has a basic curriculum that says what is 
to be taught at each grade level. All game ques- 
tions would stay within the curriculum framework. 

Wouldn't it be interesting and exciting to see 
all of the new motivational techniques developed 
to teach youngsters? Classroom teachers would 
experience what coaches have experienced for 
years. They would take the material sent to them, 
(their student) and develop it to its fullest po- 
tential, and then compete against other teachers 
and students who have been doing the same. 
This is accountability at its best. 

Athletes and coaches are a long way from 
being perfect, but they come closest to providing 
what most parents want for their youngsters — 
an individual who can function in real life. 



A Philosophy Of Interscholastic Athletics 

For Member Schools 

NOTE; This article was written by representatives 
of the Louisville Association of Catholic High 
Schools. Some of the ideas and suggestions con- 
tained in the article were copied with permission, 
from a similar document published by the Unified 
School District #1 of Racine, Wisconsin. 



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The interscholastic athletic program of mem- 
ber schools is an integral part of their educational 
program. It must, therefore, be in harmony with 
their educational objectives. Any interscholastic 
athletic activity should teach: 

... an individual to be a responsible and con- 
tributing team member. 
. . . selfless effort in working with others to 

reach a common goal. 
. . . appreciation of efforts of others, whether 
they be teammates, opponents, officials, 
coaches, or spectators. 
.,. . a desire to overcome barriers in the way 

of achieving full potential and success. 
... an ability to keep activities and games in 

proper perspective. 
In addition to team members, goals of the 
athletic program should be meaningful to all stu- 
dents in a school and to citizens of the commun- 
ity. Athletics should be a meaningful, valuable 
community activity, and foster loyalty, school spirit 
and healthy competition. 

Players: 

a. Serve as a positive example for spectators by 
exercising self-control and good sportsman- 
ship. Always shake hands with the opponents 
at the conclusion of a game — whether you 
win or lose. For an even more positive dis- 
play of good sportsmanship, players could 
shake hands before a game begins (perhaps 
the two "starting line-ups?") 

b. Accept both victory and defeat with pride 
and compassion. Although some people might 
believe there is no place for compassion in 
athletics, we believe there is. 

For example: 

- prayer before game asking the Lord's help 
in preventing serious injuries to any of the 
players involved in the game; 

- never cheer when an opponent gets hurt; 

- offer a hand to help an opponent up off the 
floor or field; 

- never "rub it in" when an opposing player 
makes a mistake or commits a foul; 

- never "rub it in" when your team is ahead 
during or at the end of a game. 

c. Accept seriously the responsibility and privi- 
lege of representing the school and commun- 
ity. Take care of the facilities you are using 
when playing at the host school; do not leave 
graffiti on their walls, lockers, bulletin boards, 
etc. 

4. Cheerleaders: 

a. Always be positive; never be negative. Try 
to guide the fans in this same manner. 

b. Choose the appropriate cheers at the right 
time, insuring that cheering is positive and 
does not inflame an audience. 

c. Use no noisemakers — bells, horn, etc., at 
basketball games; bring/post no signs at any 
athletic events. 

d. At basketball games, do not conduct a cheer 
at the same time as the visiting cheerleading 
squad. Discourage spectators from interrupt 
ing visiting cheerleaders, as a common cour- 
tesy. Discourage all cheering, whistling, 
counting the dribbles, foot-stomping, and 
other means used to deliberately distract an 
opponent who is about to shoot a free-throw. 

e. Keep skits at pep rallies positive; build them 
around our team, not the opponent. Never 
belittle, degrade, put down the opposition 
in a skit. 

f. Work cooperatively with the other cheer- 
leading squad. 

g. Cheerleading supervisors should attend all 
home contests. Cheerleading supervisors or 



their staff member representative should at- 
tend all contests played away from home. 

h. Do not "compete" with cheerleaders and/or 
fans across the way ("back and forth cheers"). 

i. No "anti-mascots". 

Mascots stay on their own side, mind their 
own business. 
5. Cheers: 

- Always, always, always be positive!!! 

- Cheer for our team; don't jeer their team. 

- Never use foul language. 

- Do not use the opponent's school name, colors, 
symbols, mascots, coaches' names, players' 
names, etc., in a derogatory manner. 

- Do not use cheers which are directed at game 
officials. 

- Avoid inflammatory and anti-human words 
like "kill", "cripple", "vicious", etc. 

G. Posiers: (in school halls, cafe, classrooms, dress- 
ing rooms) 

- follow same guidelines as for cheers. 

- avoid using words and ideas such as: "kill", 

"cripple", "mutilate", "death and burial" 
themes, blood, etc. 
C. STUDENTS AND PARENTS: 

1. Use announcements and posters to promote 
school spirit and sportsmanship at games; 
signs and posters must receive school approv- 
al, and must be confined to the school cam- 
pus; signs and posters are never to be taken 
to games. 

2. Promote pre-game interest and activity so the 
athletic program is shared by all, not just 
the athletes. 

3. Student committee should serve as hosts to 
visiting team members and visiting spec- 
tators; emphasize that the visiting team is 
the guest of all students. 

4. Promote adult attendance and participation. 

5. At the game: encourage student leaders to 
work cooperatively with monitors and se- 
curity personnel. (Students should not be 
asked to act as "policemen", but simply to 
cooperate.) 

6. Visiting area of other school: except for offi- 
cial school business, students will stay out 
of the neighborhood of the opposing school 
during the week preceeding a game. 

7. Be a good host (guest) to opponents; treat 
them as guests (hosts). 

Be respectful during 
national anthem 
pre-game ceremonies 
half-time ceremonies 

(drill team, band, homecoming, etc.) 

8. Alcohol and Drugs — violation of state law 
and school rules will be considered in the 
most serious manner possible. 

THIS WE BELIEVE ABOUT ATHLETICS 

Every athletic activity should teach player and 
spectator: 

- to be a responsible and contributing member 
of his/her team and school. 

- to make selfless efforts in working with others 
to reach a common goal. 

- to overcome barriers in the way of achieving 
full potential and success. 

- to play and live by the rules that protect the 
rights of all. 

- to show appreciation and respect for the ef- 
forts of others, whether they be teammates, 
opponents, officials, coaches or spectators. 

- to keep these activities and games in proper 
perspective. 

In practice, this means: 

We expect coaches to serve as a positive example 
of fair play, sportsmanship, and respect to- 



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Page Five 



wards their own, and opposing players, coach- 
es, and game officials. 

We expect players to serve as a positive example 
for spectators, by exercising self-control and 
good sportsmanship, and by accepting both 
victory and defeat with pride and compassion. 

We expect cheerleaders and students to keep all 
cheers positive; to avoid the efforts to distract 
the opposing team's efforts; to refrain from 
rubbing-in a defeat. 

We expect students to respect the players and 
supporters of the opposing team, in word and 
action, before, during, and after a game. 

We expect parents and other spectators to obey 
the K.H.S.A.A. Rules and State Laws, that 
forbid the sale and use of alcoholic beverages 
at high school contests. 



1977 Approved Football Officials 



Arflin, Tracy 
Arthur, Paul 
Backert, Tony 
Bauman, Cease 
Bevins, Wall 
Biechler, Dwight 
Bond, Terry 
Brown, Martin, Jr. 
Burton, John III 
Butler, Denver 
Clements, W. P. 
Conlin, Martin 
Corbett, Byron 
Cutter, Corinne 
Day, Rick 
Doyle, Danny 
Ewing, Roger 
Faust, Phillip 
Finch, Dennis 
Fraley, Charlie 
Friedman, Charles 
Froebel, Marty 
Futtrell, Keith 
Gilliam, Randy 
Goble, Ken 
Harris, James 
Hardin, Gary 
Hartlage, Larry 
Hatfield, Paul 
Hauber, John 
Hauber, Leo 
Heaberlin, Bob 
Holthouser, Richard 
Holzknecht, Thomas 
Hopkins, George 
Houchens, Tom 
Howell, Ed 
Hubbard, Doug 
Janes, Bill 
Jeffers, Steve 
Johnson, Larry 
Jutz, Gerald 
Keller, Terry 
King, Daniel 
Kresse, Milton 
Lee, Charles 
Lenz, James 
Liberatore. Sam 
Logan, Mike 
Long, Scottie 
Looney, James 
Luckett, Paul 



Lyons, Ronald 

McConnell, J. D. 

McGarey, Paul E. 

McNay, James 

Mason, W. C. 

Meiman, John 

Merritt, Donald 

Meyer, Ray 

Mifflin, Charlie 

Modrell, Gary 

Moore, William 

Morris, Larry 

Morris, Roger 

Mullins, Charles 

Nickell, Duane 

Osting, John 

Palko, E. T. 

Parks, Charles 

Phillips, Richard 

Pinkerman, Charles 

Poole, Glenn 

Potts, Roy 

Poulos, Nicholas 
Preston, Delmas 

Puckett, Robert 
Rains, Everett 
Ransdell, John 
Ress, Gary 
Riley, Michael 
Roby, Jim 
Russ, Charles 
Salsbury, Donald 
Saylors, Carlee 
Schilling, Don 
Sellinger, Robert 
Spratling, Obie 
Steinberg, Morton 
Stikeleather, Clyde 
Strader, Timothy 
Swarts, Joseph 
Tharpe, Willie 
Thomas. Paul 
Thomson, Cecil 
Turner, Charles 
Van Bogaert, Steve 
Vaughn, Jim 
Wagner, Steve 
White, Russell 
Willis, Don 
Wilson, James 
Wilson, Malcolm 
Wright, Charles 
Wright, J. D. 



1977 FOOTBALL 
EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

EDITOR'S NOTE: These interpretations of the 
1977 National Alliance Football Rules do not set 
aside nor modify any rule. They are made and 
published by the National Federation of State 
High School Associations in response to situations 
presented. 

Brice B. Durbin, Editor, 
National Federation Publications 
PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
RULE BOOK: 

Page 29: In the last line of 5-1 -2c and in the inside 
cover as well as in the 3rd line of Football Funda- 
mentals on page 64, substitute "before the kick 
has ended" for "during a loose ball". 
Page 31: Rule 6-1 Penalty, add "For free kick 
infraction (Art. 4)— (S24 and S2)— 5 yards". 
CASE BOOK: 

Page 10: VOID play situation 18. 
Page 12: PS 21 change "4th and 35" to "1st and 10" 
in first line of ruling. 

Page 19: PS 37 add to ruling, "If an overtime is 
played, the foul against B will be enforced at the 
start of the overtime". 

Page 93: PS 303D change "121" to "12 yardline" 
in first line. 

SIMPLIFIED AND ILLUSTRATED: 
Page 10: bottom — change "rest" to "not" in second 
line. 

Page 26: top — change "ricks" to "kicks". 
Page 30: bottom — substitute. "The ball becomes 
dead when it touched No. 15" for "it crossed the 
sideline". 

PART I EXAM— KEY SHEET: 
13-D is a TRUE statement 
22-A is a FALSE statement 

1. PLAY: On a scrimmage kick Rl is a yard and 
a half behind his line of scrimmage when he jumps 
up and deflects the kick, (a) Rl was, or (b) was 
not driven off the line of scrimmage by a block 
by Kl. Is the touching of the kick ignored? 
RULING: The touching of the kick in the ex- 
panded neutral zone is ignored in both (a) and 
(b) (6-2-5 and 2-20-2). 

2. PLAY: Due to a penalty the ball is put in 
play for the try-for-point on the one and a half 
yardline. Kl's kick is (a) touched by Rl, who is 
within two yards of the line of scrimmage, but 
standing just inside his end zone, or (b) R2 is 
standing deep in his end zone just under the cross 
bar, leaps up and deflects the kick just prior to 
its going through the uprights. 

RULING: Touchback in both (a) and (b) (8-5-3a 
and 4-2-2a) Note: The "expanded neutral zone" 
does not extend into the end zone. 

3. PLAY: After the ball has been declared ready 
for play on a free kick, R has six or more players 
within five yards of its free kick line (the 50). 
Before the ball is kicked R6 drops back to his 40 
yardline. 

RULING: Legal, as long as R6's action leaves "at 
least 5 R players . . . within 5 yards of their free 
kick line". (6-1-4) 

4. PLAY: After the ball is declared ready-for- 
play on a free kick from the 40, Rl moves to his 
46 yardline to be within 5 yards of his team's 
restraining line. Rl is (a) the sixth R player to 
be in this area, or (b) becomes the fifth R player 
to be within 5 yards of his team's free kick line. 
RULING: Legal in (a). Illegal in (b), since at 
least 5 R players were not within 5 yards of their 
free kick line at all times after the ball was 
declared ready for play. 

COMMENT: While he is not obligated to do so, 
most umpires would not allow the ready-for-play 



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signal to be given until they had called the re- 
ceiving team's attention to the fact that they only 
had four players within 5 yards of their free 
kick line. 

5. PLAY: On a free kick from the 40, Kl misses 
the ball (a) because the wind blew it off the tee, 
or (b) through personal error. In either case the 
kicking team entered the neutral zone. 
RULING: In (a) the official theoretically 'blew 
the ball dead' before there was any encroachment. 
In (b) encroachment. Re-kick from K's 35. 

6. PLAY: Following a scrimmage kick the ball 
is bouncing near the goal line when K2, strikes 
the ball with his head to keep it in the field of 
play, and then downs it. 

RULING: Legal. It is no longer possible to illegally 
bat the ball by striking it with the head (2-11-3). 

7. PLAY: On a free kick from K's 40 the ball is 
rolling on the ground at the 3 yardline where Rl 
bats the ball into the end zone. 

RULING: Foul and touchback. If K accepts the 
penalty they will re-kick from R's 45, or it will 
be first and 10 for R from the 20. 

8. PLAY: With 3rd and goal from the 5, Al is 
hit at the 3 yardline and fumbles. There is an 
inadvertent whistle while the ball is loose behind 
A's line of scrimmage, following the fumble. 
RULING: The down ended at the 3 where pos- 
session was lost. It will be 4th and goal for A 
from the 3 yardline. 

9. PLAY: Team A scores on the last down of 
the game to tie the score. The try for point fails. 
There was a personal foul by B either during the 
touchdown or in the dead ball period before or 
after the try. At the beginning of the 10 yard 
overtime plan. Team A wins the toss and elects 
to go defense first. Team B puts the ball in play 
on the 25 yardline. On second down they advance 
the ball to the 12 yardline. Are they now awarded 
a new series of downs?, 

RULING: No. Each overtime series begins with 
first and goal to go. The only way the offense can 
get a first down (or a new series of downs) in 
overtime is if there is defensive pass interference 
or a double change of team possession. In the 
overtime period there is no need to man the yard 
chains. Only the downs box is used to mark the 
spot of snap. 

10. PLAY: After the defensive team has taken 
the field following a change of team possession, 
team B's coach notices there are only 10 players 
on the field and instructs Bll to enter the game. 
Bll enters the field after the snap and is; (a) on 
his own side of the line of scrimmage, or (b) on 
A's side of the line of scrimmage. 

RULING: Illegal substitution in either (a) or (b). 
When a team begins a down with less than 11 
players it must finish the down with the players 
on the field at the time of the snap or free kick. 
(3-7-1) 

11. PLAY: Prior to the snap. Team A has 8 men 
on the line of scrimmage. Prior to the snap A8 
who was on the end of the line shifts into a back 
field position. A7, who prior to A8's change of 
position was an interior lineman, is now on the 
end of his line of scrimmage. A7 rises from his 
3-point stance and moves to a new position 5 
yards further out on the line of scrimmage where 
he again assumes a 3-point stance. 

RULING: Legal. Restrictions that apply to in- 
terior linemen no longer apply to A7 after A8 
moved off the line of scrimmage and assumed a 
position in the backfield. (7-1-2) 

12. PLAY: Al is a split-end who takes a position 
10 yards to the right of his offensive tackle and is 
standing with his foot within 12 inches of the line 
of scrimmage. A2 is a flanker back, has also taken 



an upright position 15 yards outside of his left 
end. His foot is more than 1 yard behind the line 
of scrimmage. 

RULING: Both the split-end and the flanker are 
in legal position. Undoubtedly their head or some 
part of their body is breaking the plane of an 
imaginary line drawn through the waistline of 
the snapper and parallel to the line of scrimmage, 
in the case of the split-end, or the waistline of the 
left tackle, in the case of the flanker-back. 
COMMENT: Though the definition of an offensive 
player on the line of scrimmage and offensive 
back legally in the back field have been revised 
this year to provide officials with better guide- 
lines, there has been no change in the intent or 
purpose of the rule. In the case of players who 
take an upright stance some distance away from 
adjacent team mates, it may be easier to use the 
foremost part of the players body which in some 
cases may be the foot instead of the head as the 
guideline. In normal 2, 3 or 4 point stances of 
offensive backs and linemen, the head would be 
the foremost part of the body. 

13. PLAY: With 4th and 20 from the 50, Kl's 
low scrimmage kick is touched by Rl on the 49, 
and is then touched by (a) K2 on the 45, or (b) 
R2 on R's 45 before being recovered by K2 on the 
40 yardline. 

RULING: Rl's touching in the expanded neutral 
zone is ignored. In (a) R will undoubtedly take 
the ball to the spot of first touching by K2 (the 
45). In (b) it will be K's ball first and 10 from 
the 40. (5-l-2c). 

14. PLAY: K's low scrimmage kick from the 40 
is muffed by Rl at the 45 where it rebounds be- 
hind K's line and is recovered by K2 who throws 
a forward pass to K3 who is downed on his 48 
yardline. Before the recovery by K2, there is a 
personal foul by R2. During the forward pass by 
K2. K5 is illegally down field. 

RULING: Replay the down. There has been no 
change of possession and the live ball fouls by 
both teams constitute a double foul. 

15. PLAY: Scrimmage kick by Kl is muffed by 
Rl beyond the line after which K2 commits a 
personal foul while the kick is still loose and 
before it is recovered by (a) K2, or (b) by R2. 
RULING: In (a) R will undoubtedly accept the 
penalty and the down will be replayed following 
a 15 yard penalty from the previous spot. In (b) 
R may take the ball at spot of recovery rather 
than accept the penalty. 

COMMENT: Last year this would have been an 
automatic first down for K after the penalty but 
the new exception to 5-l-2c provides there will 
not be a new series of downs if R were first to 
touch the scrimmage kick while it was beyond 
the line and there was a foul before the kick had 
ended and the penalty was accepted. 

16. PLAY: With fourth and 20 from the 50 
yardline, Kl's low scrimmage kick is muffed by 
Rl on the 40 and recovered by R2 on the 45 
yardline. Before the kick had ended R2 holds. 
RULING: K will undoubtedly accept the penalty 
and it will replay the down, fourth and 5 from 
R's 35. 

17. PLAY: Blocker Al initially contacts the 
opponent with his forearm. His elbows are out- 
side the shoulders and not extended more than 
45 degrees from his body. Following the initial 
contact, Al's elbows drop inside the frame of his 
body while (a) maintaining contact with his 
hands or forearms, or (b) Al changes his point of 
contact to his shoulder, neck and head areas. 
RULING: (a) Illegal, (b) Legal. 
COMMENT: The new prohibition which requires 
a blocker to have his elbows entirely outside his 
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palms not facing the opponent, and forearms ap- 
proximately parallel to the ground and in the 
same horizontal plane and not extended more 
than 45 degrees from the body, etc.', . . . apply to 
a blocker who is contacting his opponent with his 
arms or hands. It is still legal to block with the 
shoulder and the position of the arms or forearms 
is of no consequence as long as there is no hold- 
ing or striking of a blow. 

18. PLAY: Al is blocking with one arm (only) 
and it is extended no more than 45 degrees. His 
other arm is at his side, or touching the ground. 
RULING: As long as the contact with the oppon- 
ent is with only one arm and all other provision 
of 9-1-1 are met, such as the position of the elbow, 
hand and forearm in contact with the opponent, 
this would be legal. 

19. PLAY: K back to punt muffs snap and: (a) 
accidentally; or (b) intentionally kicks ball into 
R's end zone where K3 recovers. 

RULING: Touchdown in (a). In (b) it will be 15 
yards from the spot of the foul for illegal batting. 

20. PLAY: K's free kick is bouncing on R's 3 
yardline when Rl bats it into the end zone where 
it is recovered by K2. 

RULING: Touchback and foul for illegal batting. 
Kick had not ended. Ball became dead as soon as 
the kick touched something in R's end zone. K 
has the option of accepting the 15 yard penalty 
from the previous spot and re-kicking or giving 
the ball to R first and 10 or from its 20. 

21. PLAY: On a free kick from the 40 yardline, 
Kl the kicker misses the ball and crosses the 
free kick line. All other members of the kicking 
team come to a stop behind their free kick line. 
Rl who is within 5 yards of his team's free kick 
line anticipating the kick enters the neutral or 
retreats across his 45 yardline as soon as Kl steps 
on, or over, his free kick line. 

RULING: This was obviously a designed play to 
draw R into encroachment or a free kick violation 
as it would not be natural for the other 10 mem- 
bers of the kicking team to anticipate Kl missing 
the ball and come to a stop before crossing their 
free kick line. Even though Kl is exempt from 
the encroachment provision in 6-1-3, this play has 
all the characteristics of a false start on a scrim- 
mage down and the play is designed, to simulate 
action of a free kick in an effort to draw R into 
encroachment or a free kick violation. Following 
the penalty. K will re-kick from its 35 yardline. 

22. Play: After the ball has been declared ready- 
for-play on a free kick from K's 40, one of the 
five R players that is within 5 yards of his team's 
restraining line, steps to the 44 yard line and 
then immediately returns across the 45 before 
the kick. 

Ruling: It's a free kick infraction. The ball re- 
mains dead and K will kick from its 45. (6-1-4) 

23. Play: Al who is behind and facing the neutral 
zone: (a) holds the ball with one hand over his 
head and bats it downfield; or (b) tosses the ball 
into the air and then bats it downfield. In both 
(a) and (b) the ball strikes the ground beyond the 
neutral zone. 

Ruling: In (a) it is a forward pass which is in- 
complete. In (b) if the ball is tossed forward above 
the head of Al and he bats it, it is an incomplete 
forward pass. However, if the ball went backward 
and is batted by Al, it is a foul for an offensive 
player batting a backward pass forward. (7-5-1, 
9-5-5) 

24. Play: During a scrimmage-kick by Kl, Rl 
signals for a fair catch. R2 who did not signal 
attempts to make the catch and is tackled by K2: 
(a) just as R2 touches the ball; or (b) prior to the 
time R2 touches the ball. In (a) and (b) the ball 
strikes the ground and is recovered by K3. 



Ruling: In (a) there is no foul provided the con- 
tact by K2 is after the touching by R2 and the 
ball would belong to K. In (b) it is fair catch 
interference by K2. This is a foul during a loose 
ball play and penalty is administered from the 
previous spot. (6-5-5) 

25. Play: At the beginning of the 10 yard over- 
time procedure. Team A wins the toss and elects 
to go on offense. On first down, B2 intercepts a 
pass and, in making the tackle, A2 grasps B2's 
face mask. 

Ruling: Team B will put the ball in play to start 
its series of 4 downs first and goal from the 10 
yardline. 

Comment: Only dead ball fouls and defensive live 
ball fouls that occur during a successful touch- 
down, field goal or try are penalized from the 
succeeding spot. This is a live ball foul that would 
ordinarily be penalized from the end of the run. 
However, if you marched off the penalty against 
A for the face mask foul, the ball would still be 
put in play on the 10 yardline to begin B's series 
of downs. Therefore, in effect, we ignore the live 
ball fouls by A or B that occur after a change of 
possession ends the overtime series. (10-4-3, 10-5-3 
and 8-3-5 and fundamental 43). 

26. Play: Prior to the first overtime series _ in 
which the ten yard procedure is in effect, A wins 
the toss and elects to go on offense, after which 
B chooses to defend the north goal. After both 
teams have had their possessions and the score 
remains tied. Team B elects to go on offense and 
Team A elects to defend the south goal. 
Ruling: This is permissible. The same three 
choices (i.e. offense, defense or end of field) that 
were available to the captains at the beginning of 
the first overtime period are still available. 
Comment: The last paragraph of the 10 yard 
overtime procedure on Page 85 in the rule book 
indicates, "If additional periods are required the 
first choice of options will be alternated." A choice 
of options indicates there is more than one option. 

27. Play: On a kick-off from K's 40, R has 6 
players within 5 yards of its free kick line (the 
50) at the ready-for-play signal. Prior to the kick, 
(a) Rl who was in this 5 yard zone moves to his 
own 40, or (b) R7 who is not in the 5 yard zone 
at the ready-for-play signal, moves to his 46 yard- 
line and then R5 and R6 withdraw to their 40 
vardline. 

Ruling: Legal in both (a) and (b). There is no 
stipulation that the 5 players required to be with- 
in 5 yards of their free kick line at the ready-for- 
nlay must remain the same 5 players, as long as 
there are always 5 players within 5 yards of their 
free kick line from the time of the ready-for-play 
signal until the ball is kicked. (6-1-4) 

28. Play: Following a safety, Kl uses a punt to 
free kick from his 20 yardline. The kick is high 
and the wind carries the ball back (a) into K's 
end zone where K2 attempts to catch the punt 
but muffs it into the field of play where Rl 
recovers, tries to advance but fumbles on K's 2 
yardline where K3 recovers; or (b) to the 5 yard- 
line where Rl muffs the ball into the end zone 
where K3 recovers. 

Ruling: In (a) Rl will undoubtedly accept the 
ball at the spot of first touching by K2 in the 
end zone resulting in a touchdown. If R declined 
the penalty it would be 1st and 10 for K on their 
2 yardline. Safety in (b). The force is K's kick. 
(2-8) 

Comment: While 6-2-4 specifies first touching (of 
a scrimmage kick) must be between the goal lines, 
there is nothing in 6-1-7 (free kick) that prohibits 
first touching being called anywhere behind K's 
free kick line. 

29. Play: 4th and 10 from K's 40. Replaced Rll 



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does not get off the field before the snap. Kl 
punts. The ball is first touched by K2 on R's 30 
and then recovered by Rl who returns to K's 40 
where he fumbles. K3 recovers the fumble and 
returns it into R's end zone. During K3's run K4 
clips on R's 30. 

Ruling: If K accepts R's foul for illegal substitu- 
tion it will be a double foul and the down will 
be replayed. (10-2-1-c). If K declines R's foul, R 
may take the ball at the spot of first touching, 
and K declines R's foul for illegal substitution, K 
would have the ball 1st and 10 on R's 45 after 
enforcement of the 15 yard penalty against K 
for clipping (6-1-7 and 6-2-4). 

30. Play: With 3rd and 10 on B's 30, Al retreats 
to his 23 and throws a pass which is muffed by 
ineligible A6 and intercepted by Bl who returns 
it to A's 15 where he fumbles and the ball is 
recovered by A2. 

Ruling: Team B has three options; (1) Accept the 
penalty in which case it would be 4th and 22 
from the 18 for Team A, (2) Decline the yardage 
in which case it would be 4th and 17 on A's 23 
or, (3) Accept the results of the play which would 
have Team A putting the ball in play at 1st and 
10 from its own 15 yardline. (The spot where A2 
recovered Bl's fumble). (7-5-4) 

31. Play: Time expires at the end of the first half 
during a scrimmage kick. After the down K2 piles 
on. R3 strikes K2 and K3 strikes R3. 

Ruling: The dead ball foul for piling on is ig- 
nored unless it is unsportsmanlike, in which case 
you would eject K2 and enforce the penalty on 
the kick-off to start the second half. The fouis by 
R3 and K3 for striking will also be enforced on 
the succeeding kick-off to start the second half, 
and both will be ejected. (3-3-3) 

32. Play: Bl intercepts a pass in his end zone 
and the ball rolls into the playing field where Al 
bats the ball over B's end line. The officials de- 
termine that A's illegal bat (a) supplied a new 
force, or , (b) did not supply a new force to B's 
fumble. 

Ruling: In (a) touchback unless B accepts the 
penalty for the illegal batting in which case they 
would put the ball in play 1st and 10 from then- 
own 15, as the basic spot for Al's bat is the end 
of the run or in this case the goal line. In (b) 
Team B will undoubtedly accept the penalty and 
put the ball in play 1st and 10 at its own 15. 
To decline the penalty would result in a safety 
since the force that put the ball over the end line 
was considered to still be Bl's fumble. (9-5-5, 2-8) 



REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 



OF THE K.H.S.A.A. 



1977 



If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first is that of the home phone. 

Alnatt. Thomas C. MEDDAC I.A.H., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-4048. 624-3650 
Arnold. Kenneth. 500 Boughman, Danville 40422. 236-8396. 

252-5064 
Asher. Ralph. Box 232. Olive Hill 41164. 286-2081 
Ault, Delbert. 411 Rosemont. Lexington 40504, 277-0793, 

252-2411 
Austin. Dwight Lea. 2319 Smallhouse Road. Bowling Green 

42101, 842-7966. 842-5302 
Babbage, Donald R., Jr.. 11000 Graftonhall Road, Louis- 
ville 40272. 937-5977. 566-4539 
Baird, James H.. Box 503. Pineville 40977. 248-4160. 248-1280 
Baker. William A.. 5640A Folger Street. Ft. Knox 40121. 

624-5565. 624-755; '7635 
Balev, Buddv F.. 7520G 70th Tr. Bn.. Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-2670. 624-6920 
Barnott. John R.. 2436 LaRochelle Road, Lexington 40504. 

254-3188, 255-3612 
Barrett, Richard A.. 706 N. 25th Street. Midllesboro 40965. 

248-6325. 248-1371 
Barth. Donald K.. 138 Fourth Street, Dayton 41074. 581- 

4559. 291-6735 
Bell. Russell G.. 157 Sunset Drive. Frankfort 40601. 695- 

1353. 564-4313 



Black, Charles D., Jr.. 138 Pine Street, Barbourville 40906, 

546-5348, 546-5144 
Blackburn, Jim, 407 Scott Court, Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-2401 
Bottoms, William E., P.O. Box 164, Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-6608 
Bowden. James, Rt. 1, Box 153, Barbourville 40906, 546- 

5496. 546-4188 X-7 
Brady, Dan, 85 Arcadia Avenue. Ft. Mitchell 41017. 341- 

8502. 371-8575 
Bramble. James L.. 480 Doncaster Ct., Lexington 40505, 

299-5750, 278-9355 
Bransom, Ben P., Jr., 505 Whispering Hills, Lexington 

40503. 272-7250, 276-1461 
Brause, Allan R.. 5230 Clearlake Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio 

45239, 574-5550, 921-5300-X451 
Brewer, Lloyd, Combs 41729. 436-6672, 436-3155 
Brockman. Ken E., HHD, 75th Spt. Bn., Ft. Knox 40121, 

828-2403, 624-3312/7338 
Brown, Herman G., Route 1. Box 108. Bagdad 40003, 747- 

8991. 633-2040 
Burchett. James B., P.O. Box 483, Prestonsburg 41653, 

874-2324 
Burgess. Blair D„ 5315-D Gardner Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-7965. 624-4227 
Burke. Rockv A.. 440 Broadway. Hazard 41701. 439-2913, 

573-4919 
Burlew. Brad. 1334 Lvnnmar Drive #7. Louisville 40222. 

426-0871.426-6020 
Burton. John Jr.. Route 5, Box 185. Louisa 41230. 638-4445, 

739-4166-X8282 
Burt-n. John B HI. 826 Thirteenth St.. Ashland 41101, 

325-8291. 324-5353 
Butler. Robert. 582 Charlemagne, Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-7098 
Carlson. William M. Jr.. 1504 Vienna Woods Dr., Cin- 
cinnati. Ohio 45211. 481-3510. 621-2434 
Canady. Glenn. 201 Lincoln. Vine Grove 40175. 877-5387, 

877-5537 
Cargill. Thomas Jr., 3515 Del Park Terrace, Louisville 

-<0211. 776-3218. 584-7156 
Carnev. Michael F.. 658 W. College Dr.. Radcliff 40160. 

351-6245, 624-7115 
Cecil, Henrv. 143 Barberry Lane. Route 6. Bardstown 

40004. 348-5457 
Chattin. Ernest P.. 615 17th Street. Ashland 41101. 324-2665 
Clark. John E.. 3359 Coldstream Drive, Lexington 40502, 

272-0856, 259-1411-X288 
Clark. Owen B.. 1301 Fairfax Wav. Georgetown 40324. 

863-3719. 863-4338 
Clouse. James E.. P O. Box 250. Corbin 40701, 528-3234 
Cox. Mike, W-oton 41776. 279-4268, 439-1460 
Cummings. Rohert P. Jr.. Route 2, Box 143, Franklin 

42134, 586-8483 
Current. Ellis Rav 3006 Monlavesta Dr., Lexington 40502. 

26^-2877, 272-3311 
Daves Ron. 2536 Seminole Place, Owensboro 42301, 685- 

24R6. 684-8811-X254 
Davidson. Harlan Jr.. P.O. Box 52, Hazard 41701, 436-6147, 

666-7581 
Davfield. David L.. Lot 16 Tanglewood Estates. Flatwoods 

41139, 836-2309. 824-8423 
Deskins. Roger Dale. 1018 45th Street. Ashland 41101. 

324-8998 
Dossett. Mac Rt. 4 Whippoorwill Drive, Marion 42064. 

965-2804. 965-3866 
Dotsev. Tom A. 2044 Georgian Wav. Lexington 40504. 277- 

8807. 252-0751 
Ducker. Larrv K.. 343 Constance Road. Hebron 41048, 

689-4513. 431-6733 
Duff. Earl. 240 Kentucky Blvd.. Hazard 41701, 436-2604 
Dunagan, Edward A.. 6602 El Toro Ct.. Louisville 40291. 

239-1850. 459-1030 
Easley. Dan W.. Route 3. Nicholasville 40356, 885-9613. 

858-3511 
Edwards. Marion E.. East Main, Sebree 42455. 835-2298 
Ellison, Ronald. 6802 Sebree Drive #3. Florence 41042. 

371-8716 
Elkin, Larry. 3477 Lindenwood Drive. Erlanger 41018, 

341-4766. 922-0100 
Emmons. Guy W„ 5500 Crosswood Court. Louisville 40291. 

239-9537 
Ewing. Roger G., Route 1. Cox's Creek 40013, 348-3253. 

348-9211 
Etienne, Donald H„ Magnet. IN 47555. 843-5265, 547-2316 
Evans, Willis S. Jr.. 3600 Montclair, Louisville 40218, 491- 

2317 582-5535 
Farmer,' Garland R.. Rt. 1, Box 200. Cynthiana 41031, 

234-1802. 252-3439 
Faust. Jack, 2427 Concord Drive, Louisville 40217, 634- 

4204, 634-4796 
Fay. John C. 329 Wilson Downing Rd.. Lexington 40503, 

272-6182, 299-4771 
Fisg. Charles Raymond. 1008 Navaho Trail, Frankfort 

40601, 695-2235, 564-3880 
Fish. Leland G.. 537 Folkstone Dr., Lexington 40502. 266- 

5087, 233-2535 
Flvnn Bob. 428 McKenna Court. Lexington 40505, 299-5902, 

278-9310 
Ferrell Ronnie D., Box 2500. Williamson, W. Va. 25661, 

237-1344, 235-2323-X47 
Frank. Joseph G., 112 Sixth Avenue, Dayton 41074, 431- 

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FuLmer, James W., 6280 Kugler Mill Rd., Cincinnati Ohio 

45236, 891-6096, 733-43U0 
Futrell, Keith M„ 40202 Rudy Martin Dr., Owensboro 

42301, 683-4336. 683-3572 
Garcia, Cheneho, 1748 Wyatt Parkway, Lexington 40505, 

255-5165. 254-6412 
Gastineau, Joov A. Ill, 121 Todds Rd. #150. Lexington 

40509, 266-bi23, 255-0835 
Gettler, David F., 1157 Caywood Dr., Lexington 40504, 

259-1871. 255-1824 
Giles, Frank H. Jr., 1760 McCuUough Dr., Apt. A-21, 

Lexington 40511. Bus. 255-2381 
Gilliam, Randy, 1379 Bordeaux, Lexington 40504. 252-4581 
Gius, Gary A., 1255 S. Wilson #31, Radcliff 40160, 351- 

6431. 624-8114 
Godbey, Tom, 429',i 26th Street, Catlettsburg 41129, 739- 

6439, 324-2123 
Greathouse, Frank C, Route 2. Box 1500, Lewisport 42351, 

295-3393. 683-1561 
Greenfield, R. Carl. 609 Waldo Way, Lexington 40505, 

293-0240, 254-3822 
Griffin, Powell L-, 924 Burning Springs Circle, Louisville 

40223. 245-8188, 426-3900 
Gumble. Artie. 724 St. Matthews Circle, Taylor Mill 41015, 

581-3488, 352-4313 
Hamby, Thomas E., 201 Gateway Lane, Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-9980. 885-9491 
Hardin, Gary, Box 536, South Shore 41175, 932-4436, 932- 

3131-X213 
Hauber, John, 1328 Winter Avenue. Louisville 40204, 583- 

3244, 584-6828 
Hauber, Leo T., 3945 Kennison Avenue, Louisville 40207, 

897-3423. 587-5698 
Hayes. David, 301 Meadowbrook, Campbellsville 42718, 

789-1634, 465-8661 
Hedge, Dave, 107 Maplehurst Drive, Jeffersonville IN 

47130, 283-3962, 283-6943 
Henderlight, Phillip Ray. 313 Eighth Street, Corbin 40701, 

528-4890, 528-1630 
Higdon. Coy. Route 1. Slaughters 42456, 884-3370 
Hill. James P.. 2338 Carter Road #6, Owensboro 42301, 

926-1376. 684-0448 
Hunt, David, 319 Zandale Drive, Lexington 40503. 277-5100, 

252-5886 
Idol, Billy Joe Jr., 124 Leafwood Rd.. Middlesboro 40965, 

248-2837 
Idol, Billy Joe Sr., 124 Leafwood Rd.. Middlesboro 40965. 

248-2837, 248-1371 
Ives. Rick. Lot 27 Skvline Tr. Pk.. Bowling Green 42101. 

843-2164, 842-5302 
James, Gene. 1507 South Third St.. Ironton. Ohio 45638. 

532-6976 
Johnson, Bob, 3310 Springhaven, Catlettsburg 41129, 739- 

6272 
Johnson, Ned. Box 195C Murrays Run. Bardstown 40004. 

348-2186 348-3943 
Johnson. Rae L.. 12235 Hillside Lane. Louisville 40229. 

957-4133 
Jones, John B.. Route 1. Cadiz 42211, 522-3759. 522-6641 
Kammerer, Larry G., 22 Elmwood Court, Alexandria 41101, 

635-4796, 369-5335 
Kine. Dannv. 812 Starlite Drive. Louisville 40207 
Kirk. Jerry R.. Route 1. Patridee 40862, 589-2776. 633-4422 
Lee. William A.. Box 116, Wallins Creek 40873. 664-2127, 

573-5027 
Lentry, Rick, 272 Tiverton Way. Lexington 40503, 272-9357, 

259-1331 -X2 112 
LeQuire, H. M.. Woodland Hills, Harlan 40831. 573-1857, 

573-5151 
Leslie, Bennett Lee. Box 186. Prestonsburg 41653, 874-9543 
Leslie. Jerrv M., P.O. Box 292. Auxier 41602. 886-9998, 

395-5366 
Lewis. Joseph. 1245 Summit Drive. Lexington 40502, 266- 

7246. 748-5152 
Lile. Clyde F., Route 6. Hopkinsville 42240. Bus 886-2433 
Lindon, Bob. 1215 Higbee Mill Road. Lexington 40503, 

278-2439. 564-6895 
Littrell. Ken V.. 249 Albany Road. Lexington 40503, 272- 

8928. 254-6481 
Lowe. William H.. 3427-D Queenswav Drive, Erlanger 

41018. 525-6144. 431-6969 
Luckett. Paul J.. R.R. #4, Owensboro 42301, 229-4244, 

926-3444 
Lvnn. Donald. 132 N. Grand Ave., Apt. 7, Ft. Thomas 

41075. 441-1844. 641-2600-X340 
McCarthy. Daniel C. 5470-F Kellev St.. Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-2909. 624-6'<25/2048 
McPeek. Talmadee. Flatwoods 41139. 836-3275. 325-7777 
Maupin, Randv. 272 Tiverton Way, Lexington 40503, 272- 

9357, 259-1331-X2123 
Medley, Frank R.. P.O Box 675. Bardstown 40004. 348-9281 
Mendenhall. Paul L.. 527 Laketower #119. Lexington 40502, 

269-6065, 258-5884 
Merritt, Donald F.. c/o Robert Merritt. Elkhorn City 41522, 

865-4351 
Meyer, Jim, 801 Meadowlark Lane, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-6328. 843-3255 
Miller. Paul W.. 89 Thompson Avenue. Ft. Mitchell 41017. 

331-1347 
Montell. Brad. Route 1, Woodbum 42170. 529-5772 
Moodv. Joel D., Route 1, Georgetown 40324, 863-2264, 

863-5555 



Morgan, Glenn W., 4724 Richardson Road, Ashland 41101, 

324-3542, 329-7367 
Mulhns, Cnaries E., Schultz Road. South Shore 41175, 

932-4277 473-9812 
Muncie, Paul E., 9152A Bennett St., Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

5977. 624-8131/1453 
Nissalke, Thomas W., 5447-G Gilkey. Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-3081, 624-6932 
Owens, Bruce E., P.O. Box 917. Harlan 40831, 573-3419, 

573-1661 
Owens. Paul E.. 1108 E. 5th Ave., Williamson, WV 25661, 

235-6741. 235-2323 
Pate, Lloyd W.. 608 Ronnie Road, Madison TN 37115, 868- 

3751, 868-2910 
Passafiume. Jerome Jr., 4425 Rockwood Drive, Louisville 

40220, 458-8861, 589-5794 
Phelps, Ronald S., 1695 Kilkenny Drive, Lexington 40505, 

299-7816, 255-5681 
Pittman. Spencer, 8 Lakeview Drive. Winchester 40391, 

744-8508, 744-1578 
Ponchot, Joseph C, 3387 Appletree Lane, Erlanger 41018, 

342-6932. 342-6400 
Prewitt, James Edward. Rt. 1 Box 96L-1. Williamsburg 

40769, 549-5281, 549-4555 
Ralston, J. Darrell, 107 Madison Avenue. Bardstown 40004, 

348-9652, 583-4471 
Rascoe Robert B., 523 Sumpter Avenue, Bowling Green 

42101 842-2360 745-3542 
Reams, Frank E.. Route 1. Harned 40144, 756-5169, 547-4491 
Reece, Jerry T.. 2808 Seattle Drive. Lexington 40503, 276- 

2409, 564-4912 
Reeves, Curtis R.. 416 Vallevbrook Drive. Danville 40422, 

236-1819. 236-9400 
Ress. Gary A.. 5810 Shelby Street. Louisville 40291, 239-0976 
Riggs, C. Dennis. 3131 Sudbury Lane, Louisville 40220, 

491-0778. 452-8341 
Roberts. John G., Rt. 7 Box 595. London 40741. 864-5108 
Roby. James B. 108 E. Halstead Avenue, Bardstown 40004, 

348-6264. 348-9030 
Rosen. William H.. Box 2197. Williamson, W. Va. 25661. 

237-1092. 235-1995 
Rouse. Donald J. Jr.. Route 1. Box 19-B, Kermit W. Va. 

25674. 235-7000. 235-9974 
Satterly, Grant, Route 1, Box 205. Eminence 40019, 845- 

4930, 845-5639 
Sawyer, David M.. 420 Holiday Road, Lexington 40502, 

266-8958, 254-0386 
Shinkle. John E.. 122 Coin Road, Louisville 40291. 239-3192. 

456-4000-X240 
Shreve. Rod, 2808 Mt. McKinlev Way. Lexington 40502. 

272-6758. 252-6612-X8885 
Stalev. Jerrv, 1117 Inca Trail, Georgetown 40324. 863-3440. 

223-3945 
Simpson, David E., Route 2, Box 124D, Bowling Green 

42101. 842-5236. 781-4490 
Skiratko. Thomas G.. 405 Legion Blvd. #37, Owensboro 

42301, 926-4975 
Slatten, Leon D.. 457 Michigan Avenue. Lexington 40508. 

255-6126. 255-5582 
Smith. Donald R.. Box 237 Kirwan Towers. UK. Lexing- 
ton 40506, 257-2100 
Smith. Joseph E.. 2434 Jefferson, Paducah 42001. 443-4370, 

395-4165 
Staton, Frank. 417 Fairview. Davton 41074, 261-8718. 761-3458 
Stayton. Jeff 508 E 21st Street. Covington 41014. 261-6793 
Stephensr-n. Elmer B., 104 Club Lane. Nicholasville 40356. 

887-1579. 885-4113 
Stephenson. Harry. 1612 Hawthorne Lane, Lexington 40505, 

299-1757 233-8221 
Stver. Charles. Route 1. Box 177. Alexandria 41001. 635-5161 
Sumner, Carl. 8711 Cedar Creek Road. Fern Creek 40291, 

239-0783. 459-1030-X205 
Sutton, James Arthur, 2111 Sutton Drive. Henderson 42420. 

826-6840, 826-1315 
Sweckard. Paul D., 306 Par Lane. Elizabethtown 42701, 

737-2299. 624-3636 
Tandv Samuel. 3307 Bob White Avenue, Owensboro 42301, 

685-3833. 684-0448 
Tate. Harrv Rav. 3389 Montavesta Drive, Lexington 40502. 

269-1107 
Thomson. Cecil W.. 3310 Lewis Lane, Owensboro 42301. 

684-4962, 926-3200 
Turlev, Rnv M.. 119 Hanson Street, Berea 40403. 986-1236 
Turner, Paul, 813 Park Street, Bowling Green 42101. 

842-2804 
Ward. Thomas A.. 517 Glen Lilv Road. Bowling Green 

42101. 781-3122. 781-1091 
Warmick. James T. Jr.. General Delivery, Almo 42020. 

753-0069 
Welch. Henrv C. 301 Maxwell Street. Stanford 40484, 

365-3975 365-9474 
Wellman. Billy 1772 Bellechasse. Lexington 40505. 299-0615. 

255-1163 
Werknwitz Jeff. 4614 Miller. Cincinnati, Ohio 45242. 

791-5382 
Westhoff Greg. 56 Clayton Road. Florence 41042. 283-2542. 

241-5511 
Wheatlev. William L., Route IB, Springfield 40069, 336- 

9918. 692-6622 
White. John S.. 2837 Lexington Ave.. Ashland 41101. 325- 

7032. 329-7313 
Whitt. Pierce, 331 W. Fourth Avenue. Williamson W. Va. 

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Wilbert, Donald, 4420 Santa Paula Ln„ Louisville 40219, 

969-8733, 448-2761 
W.Uiams, James, 529 Hilda Dr., Gallipolis, OH 41653, 446- 

4855, 446-4855 
Willis, Donald, P.O. Box 421, Frestonsburg 41653, 886-9521, 

285-3407 
Wilson, James, 3819 Greenwich Way. Louisville 40218, 491- 

4683 
Wilson, Malcolm, Rt. 1 Box 252, Paducah 42001, 554-2546, 

442-6131 
Wilson, Nellus, 223 Iroquois Dr., Paducah 42001, 554-1910, 

443-3668 
Winfrey, William, 743 Wakefield Ave., Bowling Green 

42101, 782-5507. 781-6400 
Wood, Walter A., 4739 Brvan Station Road, Lexington 

40511 299-1864 232-2247 
Wray, Robert, 3190 Burnham Ct., Lexington 40503, 278- 

2886, 269-4311 
Wright, Charles, 2104 Ann Marie Dr., Jeffersontown 40299, 

267-8433, 367-6411, ext. 295 
Wright, Howard. 309 Forest Ave., Erlanger 41018, 342-7396 
Wright, Jim Rt. 1 Oxford Rd., Georgetown 40324, 863- 

3628, 232-2921 
Wright, John David, 365 S. Upper Street, Lexington 40508. 
Wuertz, John, 9805 Renown Ct., Louisville 40299, 267- 

8565, 491-4310 ext. 313 
Wulfeck, Jim 78 Thompson Ave.. Ft. Mitchell 41017. 341- 

9755. 948-9111 
Wyatt, Henry. 315 Spring Hill Dr.. Paris 40361, 987-6420, 

987-6779 
Yates. George, 420 Sandalwood Dr., Lexington 40505, 292- 

1033, 564-3020 

252-4700, 254-0505 
Young, Jack, 121 Smith Ballard. Richmond 40475. 623-4589. 

623-2334 
Young, William F.. 3348 Fir Tree Lane. Erlanger 41018. 

342-8957, 261-2108 
Zimmer, Tom, 114 Summit Dr., Ft. Mitchell 41017. 341- 

4566. 431-4272 
Zogg Joe, 2002 Lydia Dr., Owensboro 42301, 683-0152 



REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. — 1977-78 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise desiqnated. If two 
numbers are given, the first is that of the home phone. 

Ackley, Dannv C. 307', Central Street, Harlan 40831. 

573-1842. 573-9188 
Adams, Beverly, 110 Tahoma Road, Lexington 40503, 

278-0891 
Adkins. Leslie H.. 550 Halifax Drive, Lexington 40503, 

278-4979, 293-4234 
Adkins, Madison L., 200 Wexford. Winchester 40391, 745-1774 
Alexander, Howard. Lebanon Road, Crittenden 41030. 

428-1230 
Allen. Jack R , 1019 N. Third. Bardstown 40004, 343-8294. 

348-8446 
Allen, Yvon, Box 377, Hazard 41701, 378-3091. 378-7761 
Allgood, Russell L., Route 3. Elizabethtown 42701. 862- 

3707. 765-5459 
Anders. Raleigh A., Route 7. Box 346. London. 864-4060. 

528-3912 
Anderson. Edward L., P.O. Box 501, Leitchfield 42754. 

259-4458. 259-4256 
Anderson. Michael L., Route 2. Mayfield 42066, 623-8826 
Appling, James, Route 1 Village Green, Russellville 

42276, 726-3446 
Arflin, Tracy T.. 7540-B McDevett Cir., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-5366. 624-6329/7918 
Ashlock. Bobby, East View 42732. 862-3346. 769-1334 
Ashurst, Michael Lee. Wallins 40873. 664-3910, 573-5027 
Atkins, Wayne, 216 N. Broadway, Georgetown 40324, 

863-0609, 863-0425 
Bailev, Harrison, Route 3. Box 168, Ermine 41815, 633- 

5048, 633-0144 
Baker, Janice, 4008 Addison Lane, Shively 40216, 447-6539 
Ball, Philip, P.O. Box 991, Middlesboro 40965, 248-4806, 

248-2125 
Barker. Walter D., Box 1411, Friendship, OH 45630, 858- 

5421 
Barnes, Barry L., Rockport 42369, 274-3028 
Barnes, Conrad G., Box 202. Rockport 42369, 274-9362 
Barnes, Roger, 129 Taylor Mine Road. Beaverdam 42320, 

274-3028 274-3334 
Barrett, Glen. 4 Amarillo Drive, Florence 41042, 371-1323, 

283-3514 
Barrett, William C, 711 Bluegrass, Frankfort 40601, 223- 

8806, 564-3540 
Basler, Mel. 857 Malabu Drive #94, Lexington 40502. 

269-5576. 253-0531 
Bates, J. R., Box 584, Whitesburg 41858. 633-7227, 633- 

2266/0271 
Bell. Gregory. General Delivery, Hardy 41531, 353-4730, 

353-7241 
Bell, Ronald K.. 2510 Gardner Lane, Louisville 40205, 

459-2716, 448-9866 
Bernardini, Bruno, 203 Taft Drive, Clarksville, TN 37040, 

552-1507, 798-4917 
Bertrand, Earl F., 554 Accrusia Avenue, Clarksville, IN 

47130. 283-8721, 459-5252 



Bertsch, Ron, 113 Moock Road, Southgate 41071, 581-5790, 

531-8422 
Beshears, Jim T., 411 E. Hall, Dawson Springs 42408, 

797-8809, 821-5474 
Bevars, Ronnie, 171 N. Lorraine Street, Radcliff 40160, 

351-5895. 351-3167 
Bevins, Wallace I., Box 205, Forest Hills 41527, 237-4611, 

237-1324 
Bishop, Paul D., 3839 Hyde Park Avenue, Cincinnati. OH 

45209, 531-7965, 292-5317/5310 
Black, Willis, 506 Whitley Street, London 40741, 878-8049, 

528-9035 
Blair, Jeff, Box 224, Hindman 41822, 785-5844, 785-3133 
Bohanon, Alan K., Box 222, Mannsville 42758. 465-5216. 

465-2877 
Boucher, Larrv G. Jr., 206 Pin Oak Place, Frankfort 

40601, 227-9976, 564-4550 
Bowling, Johnny W., Box 51, Buckhorn 41721 (Bus.), 

398-7245 
Branham, Donald R., 211 Holiday Road, Winchester 40391, 

744-1156, 744-6412 
Brock, Jack W., Rt. 7 Clay's Ferry Estates, Richmond 

40475. 623-5158. 259-3456 X-215 
Brock. Kernos, Route 6, Box 60. Manchester 40962. 598-3920 
Brown, Barry D., 121 Ilhardt, Nicholasville 40356, 885- 

6657, 252-4902 
Bruner, Jack C, Rt. 5 Box 93, London 40741, 864-4322, 

864-2271 
Bryant, Jimmy W., 4916 Determine Lane, Louisville 40216, 

448-4153 363-2332 
Burchett, Wendell, 1006 Third Street, Albany 42602, 387- 

6461, 387-7003 
Burkart, Robert, 507 Bunker Ct., Ft. Wright 41011, 341- 

4035, 341-0400 
Burkeen, Phillip C, 659 Wakefield, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-4182, 782-2109 
Burton, Billy J., P.O. Box 217, Eddvville 42038, 388-9980, 

965-3308 
Butcher, Douglas, Box 14, Meally 41234, 789-5553, 789-6147 
Butcher, Stephen D., Box 14, Meally 41234, 789-4218, 

789-4890 
Butler, Robert. 582 Charlemagne. Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-7098 
Butner, Billy M., Route 1, Lancaster 40444. 792-3503, 

379-2712 
Call, Barbara J., 215 Bassett Avenue, Lexington 40502. 

266-8558. 258-2655 
Campbell, Dexter L.. Uluah 41856, 633-2835, 633-9881 
Carlton, Robert W., 506 S. Railroad Street, Earlington 

42410, 383-3651, 676-3443 
Casey. Ancie Lee. Box 192. Freeburn 41528. 456-8123 
Cash, Harold Lee, 1108 Somerset Village Apts., Somerset 

42501 679-3244 
Castle, Banner, Box 75. Lovely 41231, 395-6178, 395-5378 
Catron, Ken. Box 225. Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-2173. 783-4953 
Cecil, Roger. Box 401, Hazard 41701, 436-6644, 436-2151 
Cecil, J Ronald, 2804 Springbud Ct., Louisville 40220, 

459-9812 
Childers, Billy, Hindman 41822, 785-5765 
Childers. James O., P.O. Box 194, Hindman 41822, 785- 

5765. 358-2031 
Cobb, Mike, 525 Ashmoor, Bowling Green 42101. 781-5139, 

781-4585 X-6 
Collins, Hubert, Wittensville 41274, 297-3152, 789-4890 
•Collins, Ron. 2590 Old Buttermilk Road, Villa Hills 41016. 

341-0578. 431-9964 
Colliver. Gregory D.. Route 5, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498- 

0153, 498-5987 
Compton, Adolphus, 9807 Lancewood Road, Louisville 

40229 969-2577 
Conley. John, Garrett 41630, 946-2159 
Cook, Preston, 219 Jan Street, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-6426, 465-8389 
Cooper, Chuck, 355 Lancelot Lane. Lexington 40503, 272- 

6792 
Cooper. John F.. 512 East Third Street, Augusta 41002, 

756-2372 
Copley, Sidney M., Box 13, Red Jacket WV 25692, 426- 

4545 426-4480 
Cornelis'on. Michael R., P.O. Box 7. Berea 40403, 986- 

9568. 254-1429 
Cotton, Carl W., 515 Central Avenue, Wurtland 41144, 

836-6803, 325-8549 
Crabb. Betty, Scobee Lane, New Castle 40050, 845-2603, 

845-5622 
Crabb, John B„ Scobee Lane. New Castle 40050, 845-2603 
Craig, Ronald, Route 2, Versailles 40383, 873-5286, 564-4896 
Cravens, Robert L. Jr., 7603 Randy Court, Louisville 40258. 

935-0203 
Crawford Neal, Box 286. Sturgis 42459. 333-2730, 333-2155 
Creekmore, Milford Burl, P.O. Box 368, Pine Knot 42635, 

354-2846, 354-2171 
Crisp. Jackie Day, Box 113, Allen 41601, 874-2219 
•Cromer. Daniel B., 7436 Old Third Street Road, Louisville 

40214, 361-3357, 366-5681 
Crouse James W.. 509 E. Main Street, Providence 42450. 

667-7156, 667-2797 
Cundiff, Curt, 32 Creekside Apartments #6, Morehead 

40351, 784-7320, 784-4604 
Curry Randall, 203A McFerran Street, Horse Cave 42749, 

786-1532, 786-2338 
Curtsinger, Garvey, Route 3. Carlisle 40311, 289-2003, 234- 

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Damron, Adam G., 303 Carolina Avenue. Winchester 

40391. 744-7901 
Davis, William R., Inez 41224. 298-4245. 298-7721 
Day, Douglas B., Route 5, Nicholasville 40356. 272-1835 
Day, Jack L., 605 Morehead Street, Central Citv 42330, 

754-4700. 754-2272 
Dennedy, Bob. 5994 N. Glen Road, Cincinnati, OH 45211. 

574-3125. 922-8400 
DeVary, Bill, 3237 Raven Circle. Lexington 40502. 277-7237, 

232-3673 
Dill, James Roger, P.O. Box 561, Mt. Washington 40047. 

538-7233 
Dillihay, Ralph E., P.O. Box 87, Central Citv 42330. 754- 

3098, 754-5165 
Dixon, Oscar, 137 Ridgelea Drive, Williamstown 41097, 

823-0371, 824-4404 
Dixon, Ron, Rte. 2 Box 393, Ashland 41101. 928-9691, 324- 

5187 X-260 
Doll, Allen, Route 1, Campbellsville 40011. 732-4512, 222- 

9441 X-362 
Dooley, Terry L.. Rte. 2 Box 149, Hardinsburg 40143, 756- 

2034. 927-2561 
Driskell, Earl Jr., 7813 Fairmeadows Lane, Louisville 

40222, 426-6863, 583-1641 
Duff, Alger Bart, Delphia 41735. 675-3971, 436-1595 
Duff, William C, 154 Goodrich Avenue, Lexington 40503, 

277-0524, 623-5098 
Durbin, Roy, 2911 Dale Ann Dr.. Louisville 40220. 452-1730. 

587-5237 
Duvall, Thomas Jay Sr., 4705 Andrea Wav, Louisville 

40219, 964-1536, 456-3248 
Ebel, Jack David, Davis Hall, Transvlvania Univ., Lex- 
ington 40508, 255-9744. 654-6981 
Eddings. Wendell, Box 181, Elkton 42220, 265-2242 
Edwards. Ernest S. Jr.. 8503 Saberdee Drive. Louisville 

40222, 426-3811. 584-0181 X-335 
Elliott, Michael C. Route 3A. Springfield 40069. 336-7543, 

336-3681 
Etienne. Donald H., Magnet, IN 47555. 843-5265. 547-2316 
Evans. Alvin. Box 195. Jellico. TN 37762, 424-7636. 424-6420 
Evans, Lewis. Route 2. Morgantown 42261, 526-4310, 526- 

3730 
Feger, George, 2602 Mt. Vernon Ct., Louisville 40220. 451- 

4190, 968-3361 
Farley. Jimmy, 120 Lvnnwood Drive, Lancaster 40444, 

792-4874 299-5202 
Feher, Al, 'Box 746. Lynch 40855, 848-2547. 848-5431 
Fields, Jerry W.. Rt. 1, Box 246, Maysville 41056, 883- 

3233, 564-2592 
Fields. Rufus Jr.. Rt. 8. Box 297. London 40741. 864-4051, 

878-8622 
Fille. Michael. Box 205. Flemingsburg 41041, 849-4367. 

845-9331 
Flesch, Jerry, 3113 Lawrence Drive. Edgewood 41017. 

341-8223. 684-2176 
Floyd. Richard, Route 1, Bagdad 40003. 747-8751. 564-7647 
Flynn, Jerry, Rt. 2, Box 344, Somerset 42501, 679-2607. 

679-4347 
Forsythe, N. R., General Delivery. Browden 42326, 476- 

2935. 476-2204 
Foster, Berryman E., 927 Waverlv Drive, Lexington, 255- 

7374, 252-2336 
Francis. William R., 666 Kathv Drive, Madisonville 42431. 

821-0423, 821-5761 
Froebel. Marty, 782 Chandler, Radcliff 40160, 351-5841. 

624-4950 
Gabbard. John P., 1849 Arundel Drive. Lexington 40505. 

299-0350. 269-4311 
Gabbard, Raymond Jr., 40 Jergens Lane. Hebron 41048. 

371-1088. 283-3191 
Gardner. Gary M.. Route 2, Munfordville 42765, 524-3316, 

862-3287 
George. Dennis, Box 503, Lebanon 40033, 692-3365, 692-6115 
Gillespie, Vicky L., 2407 Roddy Road, Louisville 40216, 

448-6951 
Goodrich, Eugene A., 1600 East 9th Street. Hopkinsville 

42240. 885-5261. 821-6287 
Gorrell, Howard, Box 33, Auburn 42206. 542-6312. 542-4181 
Gowin. Dale E., 300 N. 5th Street. LaGrange 40014, 222- 

9044. 636-5561 
Grant. Neilson E., 401 Broad Street Apt. 1, Beaver Dam 

42320, 274-4908. 274-7893 
Gray. Jimmy D., Rt. 1 Box 7-B. Allen 41601. 874-2526, 

874-2165 
Gray, Kenneth Bruce. Rt. 4. 13921 Kings Church Road. 

Taylorsville 40071. 239-5740, 447-2230 
Greathouse, Frank C, Rt. 2 Box 1500, Lewisport 42351, 

295-3393, 683-1561 
Gregg. Lonnie, Rt 2 Box 129, Falmouth 41040, 654-8312, 

654-3385 
Green, Donald P., 832 Brand Street, Mayfield 42066. 247- 

6038, 247-6445 
Greene, J. Bert, Box 36 Eastwood Add., Olive Hill 41164, 

286-4921, 286-2481 
Greene, Steve, 805 Brockton EKU, Richmond 40475, 625- 

2650, 623-6402 
Greer, Phil, 3452 Bellmeade, Lexington 40502, 272-4253, 

272-1611 
Grieme, William J., 438 McAlpin Ave., Erlanger 41018, 

342-9758. 341-3144 
Griffin, David, 114 Hanson Circle, Lexington 40505 
Griffith, Michael R.. 662 Oak Street, Madisonville 42431. 

821-0445. 821-5242 



Griffith. Millard F., 7 W. Walnut, Southgate 41071, 441- 

5746 369-4044 
Haas, Tom V., 10 Rosa PL. Cold Spring 41076. 441-9570, 

261-2035 
Haddix, Daniel E.. Rt. 1 Box 71. Jackson 41339, 666-5152, 

666-5554 
Halbert, Kathy, Box 19. Langlev 41645. 285-3745, 285-3346 
Hall, Donald W.. Box 32, Kite 41828. 447-2525, 447-2522 
Hamm. Gerald, 1354 Oliver Avenue, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-8070, 843-9989 
Hamm, Ritchie. 1354 Oliver Avenue. Bowling Green 42101, 

781-8070 
Hampton. Doug. P.O. Box 367. Cvnthiana 41031. 234-5776, 

234-1120 
Hardin. Carl Ray. 328 Depot Street Apt. 1, Lebanon 40033. 

692-6529 692-3126 
Harmon, Randy, Route 1, Sharpsburg 40374, 674-6437 
Harper. James A., 131 Holmes Drive, Paducah 42001, 

898-3492 
Hart, Peggy J., 417 McKenna Ct., Lexington 40505, 293- 

1596, 299-6518 
Hart. William B. Ill, Rt. 1, Box 51. Bardstown 40004, 

348-3270. 625-2835 
Hawkins, Stewart D., Box 122, Chaplin 40012, 673-3436 
Hayden. John O . 1624 Stafford Avenue. Louisville 40216, 

367-8662. 368-3351 
Hayes, James V., 106 East Amherst Ave., Louisville 40214. 

368-8650, 452-3927 
Holt, Terrell W., 1821 Dalna Drive, Lexington 40505, 299- 

5812, 254-8031 
Hcok, Don. Route 1, Cunningham 42035, 642-2513, 642-2149 
Horn, Bascom, 311 Springhill Drive, Paris 40361, 987-1445. 

255-4789 
Home. Jordan E. Jr., 1211 E. Cooper Drive. Lexington 

40502. 269-2681. 258-5626 
Houk. Jackie, Route 1, Glendale 42740, 937-8487, 769-1374 
Howard. James, Box 197, Loyall 40854. 573-4752, 573-4520 

X-217 
Hummel, Thomas, 235 East 5th Street, Newport 41071, 

791-9184, 793-1811 
Hunt, David, 319 Zandale Drive, Lexington 40503, 277- 

5100. 252-5886 
Hunt. William G.. 266 S. Highland. Winchester 40391. 

744-9215, 744-6000 
Hyland, Frank Dixon, 313 Webster Street, South Webster, 

OH 45682. 778-3325. 574-6108 
Idol. Billy J. Sr., 124 Leafwood Road, Middlesboro 40965, 

248-2837, 248-1372 
Isaac. Barbara Ann. 2113 Lakeside Drive. Lexington 40502. 

269-4048, 269-3307 
Jackson. Dennis. 1345 North Tenth Street. Paducah 42001. 

442-0867. 443-5177 
Jackson. Stephen A., Route 1. Glencoe 41046. 643-5541. 

567-5761 
Jarrell, Jimmy D . Rt. 2 Box 455. Pikeville 41501, 639-2593 
Jenkins, Phillip M.. Box 423. Martin 41649, 285-9373 
Jennings, Jeff, 312 Popular Street. Dawson Springs 42408. 

797-8119 
Johnson, Gayle W.. 6703 Shelburn Drive. Crestwood 40014, 

241-1357, 222-1451 
Johnson, Jerry Lee. DeGaris Mill Road Apt. 27, George- 
town 40324. 863-4971. 232-3754 
Johnson. Harry B., Route 4. Nicholasville 40356, 885-4009, 

272-4702 
Johnson. W. Lynn, P.O. Box 329, Morehead 40351, 784- 

5393. 845-2551 
Johnson. Willis C. Rt. 1 Box 866, Gravson 41143, 474-4201, 

474-5421 
Jones, Alexander Jr.. 12007 Luray Ct.. Louisville 40223. 

425-5780. 893-3641 
Jones. Ben Edward, Rt. 4 Box 765, Morehead 40351, 784- 

5231 
Jones, Douglas. Route 2. Eubank 42567. 423-2556 
Jones. Frank, Rt. 5 Box 132. Manchester 40962, 598-3952. 

598-5127 
Keeling, Reuben, 175 Augusta Avenue, Paducah 42001, 

554-4013 
Kemper, Nancy, 374 Stratford Drive. Lexington 40503, 

278-4320 
Kessinger. Michael W.. P.O. Box 89. Inez 41224, 298-3726, 

298-3591 
Kevs, Jimmv, P.O. Box 471. Elkton 42220. 265-9059. 265-5800 
Kincer, Larry, Box 216, Neon 41840, 855-4702, 855-7597 
King, Michael A., 7707 Rochelle Drive. Louisville 40228. 

968-1795. 588-4028 
Kirk. Walter C, Rt. 2 Box 641. Ashland 41101. 928-9402, 

324-1882 
Kirkland. Drew. P.O. Box 684. Owensboro 42301, 926-2488, 

684-1404 
Klaiber, Jerry, 46 Tanglewood, Flatwoods 41139, 836-1280, 

836-3531 
Knight, Tommy, Route 1. Hickory 42051, 856-3411 
Kouns. Robert H., Box 582, South Shore 41175, 932-4540, 

473-9812 
Larkin, Arnold. Eubank 42567. 379-2223. 678-4405 
LaRue. William D. Jr., P.O. Box 63, Salem 42078, 988-3138, 

388-7562 
Latham, Billy, Rt. 3 Box 255, Clinton 42031, 653-4190, 

653-5521 
Lawson. Rondell, Garrett 41630. 358-3531. 447-2042 
Lawson, Sam, 303 Wilderness Road, Glasgow 42141, 651- 

6022. 678-2141 



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Lawson, Sonny. P.O. Box 34, Artemus 40903. 546-5319. 

546-3149 
Lawson, Stan, P.O. Box 112, Artemus 40903, 546-5319 
Layne, Malcom, P.O. Box 103, Ivel 41642. 478-5970, 377-6702 
Lee, David, 6810 Dartmoor Drive, Louisville 40222, 425- 

8863. 491-5080 
Liedtke, Joseph S., 6805 Mooi haven Drive, Louisville 

40228. 239-1606, 964-3177 
Liggett, Ernie, 46 Home Street. Newport 41071, 491-8061, 

221-1234 
Linder, Ricky, 135 McCormack Drive, Elizabethtown 42701. 

737-5242, 358-3690 
Litmer, Ed. 3002 Caroline Avenue. Covington 41015, 261- 

3921, 292-4024 
Littlepage. Pryce. 610 Oak Street, Madisonville 42431. 

821-1642, 821-3247 
Loeser, Alan J., 3824 Chatham Road. Louisville 40218, 451- 

9084, 587-5726 
Long, James E., Box 73, Baskett 42402, 827-5000, 827-1867 
Long. Robert F.. 664 Lombardv Drive. Lexington 40505, 

299-7226, 253-2421 
Long, Steve, 614 Orchard Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-1261 
Lusby, George, 615 Pueblo Trail, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

1440. 863-3805 
Luttrell, Gurney C. Box 232, Harlan 40831, 573-1960 
McAnally, Tom, 4111 Hanev Way, Louisville 40272, 937- 

5368, 447-3-142 
McCarley. John W., Route 2, Edmonton 42129. 432-5012. 

432-2481 
McDowell, Benny D.. 853 Collins Road. Villa Hills 41016. 

341-0949. 341-2800 X-568 
Mcintosh, Carl W., Brewer's Tr. Pk., Jackson 41339, 666- 

2190, 378-7761 
McKcnzie, Dwight E., 1327 Grandview Drive, Ashland 

41101, 325-7081, 696-5728 
McMain, James A., 3420 Terrace Drive, Erlanger 41013, 

341-8797, 371-5201 
McNeill. Barney L., Route 1. Bardwell 42023, 628-3860, 

628-3434 
McNulty, Robert P.. 200 E. Maxwell #5. Lexington 40508, 

233-3776, 257-1623 
McPeek, Roger C, 196 Jay St.. Pikeville 41501, 432-4618, 

639-4415 
McPike, Ray S. Jr., 629 River City Mall, Louisville 40202. 

451-3832, 585-2832 
Maddin. William. Sassafras 41759, 476-8051. 783-4331 
Maddox. Bobby. Box 6. Glencoe 41046, 643-3941 
Madon, Robert L.. 314 Catalpa St., Pineville 40977. 337- 

2135 337-2333 
MarTow.' Charles C, Bradfordsville 40009, 337-3617 
Marquart, Jerome, 10410 Nat'l Trnpk. Fairdale 40118. 368- 

2269, 426-5020 
Mathews. Arthur E., 203 Eastland Terrace, Henderson 

42420. 826-6733, 827-2222 X-002 
Maxey. Michael, Rt. 5 Box 555. London 40741. 864-9290. 

864-5131 
May, William, Box 15. Friendship. OH 45630, 858-5210, 

564-5542 
Maynard, James H., Box 292, Inez 41224. 298-3848, 298-3288 
Mefford, Randy, Rt. 4 Shannon Lane, Mt. Washington 

40047, 538-7218. 543-4592 
Meredith. Wilmoth (Billy). 5219 Matterhorn Dr.. Louisville 

40216, 447-0449 

Middleton. John, 209 Leimaur Drive, Richmond 40475, 

623-1682, 623-6373 
Miller, George L., Rt. 7 Box 186. Elizabethtown 42701. 

737-5141, 737-1006 
Miller. Harold P., 103 E. 24th Street. Benton 42025, 527- 

8749 395-7121 X-2363 
Miller, Tim. Box 377-M, Jackson 41339, 666-2214. 666-2434 
Mills. Lawrence, Rt. 1 Box 152, Barbourville 40906, 546- 

8747, 546-9972 
Mitchell. Charles Rickey. 742 Brockton. Richmond 40475, 

625-5203, 624-1240 
Moore. Marvin, 1018 Christian Street, Morehead 40351. 

784-6467, 784-4153 
Moorman. Thomas P.. Box 515, Hardinsburg 40143, 257- 

8272, 756-2821 
Morgan, Earl Milton. 3328 Radiance Road. Louisville 

40220. 451-0171, 566-4431 
Morris, Bobby. Route 6. Mavfield 42066, 247-5312, 247-1293 
Morris. Carroll D.. Pendleton 40055. 255-3657 

Morris. Edward C. 153 Raintree Road. Florence 41042. 
371-9496, 727-2333 

Morris, J. C, Pendleton 40055. 255-3657 

Morris. Larry G.. Box 1311, Hawesville 42348. 927-6045. 

927-6921 X-382 
Morse. Richard K.. 163 N. Deepwood Drive, Radcliff 40160, 

351-3748. 624-4646 
Moser. Rudy C, Box 282, Sebree 42455. 835-2432 
Mullinix, Rav, Lvnnview Drive. Albany 42602. 387-6558. 

433-7191 
Murphv, Michael P.. 2913 Pindell Avenue. Louisville 

40217. 637-7205 

Murt. Gene T., 1106 Yarbro Lane, Paducah 42001, 443-7950 
Newman, Bill. 2535 Ritchie Street. Portsmouth. OH 45662, 

353-6257 
Newsome. Cecil Jr.. P.O. Box 56, Teaberry 41660, 587-2755, 

377-2410 



Newsome, Gerald D., Grethel 41631, 587-2670, 587-2212 
Oak, Jerry. Route 1. Bedford 40006, 255-7502, 633-3550 
Overstreet. Walter R., 1141 Briarwood Drive, Lexington 

40511, 255-3461, 232-3817 
Paitsel, James D. Jr., 220 Main Street, Fulton 42041. 472- 

3874, 472-3271 
Peden, Harlan C. II. 2611 Kenwood Drive, Hopkinsville 

42240. 885-4238. 886-4459 
Phillips. Thomas M.. Rt. 2 Box 457, Pikeville 41501. 

639-4152 432-3380 
Phipps. Dannie L., Rt. 2 Box 171-K1, Hazel Green 41332. 

662-6333, 668-6585 
Pickrell. Jerry W.. 499 Whispering Hills Drive, Lexington 

40503, 272-7171. 272-1611 
Piercefield. Dan, Rt. 5, Box 442, Benton 42025, 354-8726. 

354-8157 
Pietrowski, Paul, 107 Oaklawn, Corbin 40701. 523-0272. 

528-1630 
Potter, John W.. Box 201, Garrett 41630, 358-4357 
Racke, Jerry W., Ill Orchard Lane, Alexandria 41001, 

635-2446. 635-2191 
Randall. Verlin W. Jr., 212 W. 13th Street. Bowling 

Green 42101, 842-5061. 843-1881 
Randolph. Woody. 136 Jefferson Avenue. Danville 40422. 

236-2492, 272-3311 
Raymer, Don L., Rt. 2 Hillcrest Road, Bowling Green 

42101, 781-2076. 843-9041 
Rhodes. Cecil. Box 291, Barbourville 40906. 546-4777 
Rich. Dale L.. 3302 Montavesta Road Apt. B-52. Lexing- 
ton 40502, 269-5045, 255-5602 
Ring, Bill, 481 Rookwood Parkway, Lexington 40505, 

299-7089, 255-8492 
Rouse, Thomas L., 161 Bonnie Brae. Lexington 40509. 

252-2843 
Russell. Robert, 1739 Speed Avenue. Louisville 40205. 

459-5584. -588-6400 
Saylors, Carlee. 1700 Main Street. Murray 42071. 753-7979. 

924-5602 
Schneider. Don, 5697 Biscavne. Cincinnati, OH 45211. 

574-2898. 421-1800 X-609 
Scott. Emmanuel. 1614 Potter Place, Cincinnati, OH 45207, 

281-6928, 321-3916 
Shaw, Don, 200 Tammie Trail, Campbellsville 42718. 465- 

4002, 465-2877 
Shaw, Earl. 121 Hagan Court, Lancaster 40444. 792-2370, 

792-3018- 
Shipp, David E.. 133 Hartweg Avenue. Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-1163 
Smith, Bruce E., 174 Shive Lane Estates, Bowling Green 

42101. 781-5078, 842-6541 
Smith, Gary. 125 Northside Drive. Pineville 40977. 337- 

9908 337-3512 
Smith. Gary L.. 210 May Street. Harlan 40831. 573-6675. 

573-2351 
Smith, Ronald A.. 561 Lisa Drive, Lexington 40505, 299- 

9688. 255-5661 X-279 
Spahr. David L., Box 1395, Paducah 42001, 554-2304 
Spalding. Guv C. III. 2807 DeLRio Place. Louisville 40220. 

454-3237, 895-3466 
Stethen, James E., Box 134. Bedford 40006, 255-3285, 265- 

4717 
Stoker, Steven B., 674 Belleview Road, Burlington 41005, 

586-7290. 684-3517 
Stone, Sidney P.. 318 East Waller Street, Morganfield 

42437 389-3962 389-1531 
Studle, Ronald, 807 N. Race, Glasgow 42141. 651-5548. 

582-4744 
Thomas, Durward C-. Rt. 3 Duncan Lane. Central City 

42330, 754-5766, 338-2796/2772 
Thompson, Jerry, 1401 Sleepy Hollow, Ft. Wright 41011. 

581-8069 
Thompson, Joe. Route 2. OwingsviUe 40360. 498-0745, 498- 

2660 
Tinslev. Marion F„ Box 447, Central City 42330, 754-3608. 

754-4870 
Turner, Paul Eric. 813 Park Street. Bowling Green 42101. 

842-2804 
Turpin. Donald W.. 3279 Bowie Drive, Lexington 40502. 

272-2310, 259-1331 
Turpin, Ronald D.. 1220 Gaineswav Drive. Lexington 

40502. 272-3707, 259-1331 
Tyler, Kenneth R., Route 1. Arlington 42021, 655-5771, 

335-3131 X-270 
Vincent, Jack, P.O. Box 144, Upton 42784, 373-6991 
Votaw, Tony. 219 Southport Drive, Lexington 40503, 277- 

5480. 232-2691 
Wade. Kent, 2610 Clavs Mill Road. Lexington 40503, 277- 

4457. 272-3428 
Wade. Sharon. 429 W. Main Street. Lebanon 40033. 692- 

2309, 692-2256 
Wallen, Wendell L., Box 264, Allen 41601, 874-2512 
Whitley, Kim. 618 Shawnee Drive, Campbellsville 42718. 

465-7282. 465-8121 
Williams. Roland E.. 204 E. O'Bryan C-2, Bardstown 40004. 

348-5433, 348-5913 
Wilson, Kenneth H.. Box 15 A-l. Livermore 42352. 278- 

5187. 278-2327 
Wright, Gary Lee, Box 341. Hardinsburg 40142. 756-5881, 

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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



NOVEMBER 1977 




FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky's College of Education. The code 
letters "e, j, s, c, a" refer to elementary, junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 

Basketball 
BASKETBALL BY RUPP, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $3.00 
Animated play diagrams, slow motion photog- 
raphy, and action shot are combined in this new 
film prepared under the personal direction of 
Mr. Rupp, especially for coaching use. Among the 
drills and plays covered in this film are: pivot 
man's slide into the basket; Play No. 6, the fa- 
mous Kentucky basket maker; legal screening; 
penetration zone defense; and the Kentucky fast 
break. 

BASKETBALL BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels 
(30 min.) color, $1.00 

Penetrates beneath the surface of the game to 
provide a thorough examination of the playing 
rules and officiating procedures. It will aid the 
fans as well as officials, coaches and players to 
better understand those difficult judgment deci- 
sions that occur constantly. (KHSAA) 
BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS — INDIVI- 
DUAL TECHNIQUES, j-s-c-a, IV* reels, $2.50 
Branch McCracken, Indiana University bas- 
ketball coach, used his team to demonstrate the 
fundamentals of basketball. Slow motion pho- 
tography is used to break the various court tech- 
niques down into easily grasped essentials. 
BASKETBALL KENTUCKY STYLE, j-s-c-a, 2 
reels, $3.00 (in state), $5.00 (out of state) 
This is the revised edition of the film "basket- 
ball by Rupp," prepared under the personal direc- 
tion of Mr. Rupp especially for coaching use. 
BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES FOR GIRLS, j-s- 
c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Basic movement skills (running, starting, 
stopping, turning) passing (finger control, move- 
ment with the pass, leading the receiver, choice 
of the right pass), catching (side pass, high pass), 
shooting (finger control, arm extension, wrist flip, 
choice of the right shot), dribbling, faking, and 
pivoting are demonstrated and explained in this 
film. 

BASKETBALL TODAY, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (33 min.), 
color, $1.00 

This film differentiates between goal tending 
and basket interference. Why can't there be goal 
tending during a free throw? It takes all other 
questionable situations and simplifies them for the 
fans, players, coaches and officials in this new film. 
CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL— TEAM TECH- 
NIQUES, j-s, 1 reel, $2.00 

Man-to-Man defense is shown, with the means 
best used under varying conditions. 
DEFENSIVE FOOTWORK IN BASKETBALL 
j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Striding with an opponent, checking, maneuv- 
ering him out of position and other basic skills are 
illustrated, using special photography to demon- 
strate points. Rebounding, pivoting, and correlated 
arm action are taught also. 

LOUISVILLE MALE VS ANDERSON COUNTY 
(1971 Basketball Finals), e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels 
(33 min.). Color, Silent, $1.00 
The Male Bulldogs displayed their superiority 
in wearing down a smaller but talented Anderson 
County to win the championship for the second 
consecutive year, 83-66. (KHSAA) 
RUPP'S PARADE TO THE NATIONAL CHAM- 
PIONSHIP of 1958, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $4.50 
This film presents the highlights of all the 
games, both regular season and tournament games. 



which led up to the U of K's Wildcats winning the 

NCAA basketball crown. 

SHOOTING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, 

$2.00 

Concentrating on the set shots, this film pic- 
tures the action of the throw, stance, aim, tra- 
jectory, and fingertip control. Special attention is 
given total body coordination, especially inward 
rotation of the hand and arm making the throw. 
WINNING WAYS, 16mm (28 min.), color (or 

black and white) 

The film is designed to provide the viewer 
with a better understanding of the rules and a 
finer appreciation of basketball as played at the 
interscholastic and intercollegiate levels. Through 
the use of slow motion photography, stop action 
and instant replay, colorful and informative play 
situations are demonstrated by both boys' and 
girls' teams to illustrate the guidelines used by 
officials in making those tough judgment decisions 
that constantly occur in basketball. 

Swimming 

BACK STROKE, e-j-s-c-a, 1V 2 reels (15 min.), 
$3.00 

Good body position and efficient arm action 
are the basis for the fine performance. Special 
attention is given to the start and the turn. Effec- 
tive use is made of animation, stop action and 
slow motion. 

BEGINNING SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel. $2.00 
Through scenes photographed both above and 
beneath the surface of the water, basic techniques 
of swimming for beginners are demonstrated. 
Land and water drills involving kicking, breathing, 
floating, paddling and stroking and pulling with 
the arm practiced separately, then coordinated as 
the swimmer learn the American crawl. The back 
float, back stroke, and breast stroke are also il- 
lustrated and explained. 

BREAST STROKE, SIDE STROKE AND UNDER- 
WATER SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, $2.00 
This film presents the conventional breast 
stroke, timing and strokes, and the kick. 
BUTTERFLY, e-j-s-c-a, 1V 2 reels (16 min.), $3.00 
Newest and most challenging of the swimming 
strokes is explained in detail. Making use of slow 
motion underwater photography, the arm action 
and dolphin kick are analyzed. Correct timing be- 
tween arms and leg action is vital to performance. 
Reasons for timing are clearly explained. 
CHAMPIONSHIP SWIMMING: PERFECTING 
TECHNIQUE, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, (19 min.), col- 
or, $5.50 

Outlines briefly the program and training 
methods used by the Santa Clara Swim Club that 
may be used by anyone to train swimmers. The 
techniques illustrated, such as weight training, 
circle training, pace clocks, bench and stroke 
work, and interval training when properly ap- 
plied in the appropriate circumstances, with all 
prove beneficial in perfecting swimming style. 
CRAWL STROKE, e-j-s-c-a. 1 reel, $2.00 

The basic principles of the stroke are pre- 
sented in this film. The arm stroke, the kick, and 
the breathing are demonstrated. This film also 
includes slow motion shots underwater. 
DIVING FUNDAMENTALS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 
After a brief history of the sport of diving, the 
following points are explained and demonstrated: 
the hurdle jump, determining the correct distance, 
proper arm action, correct way of landing on the 
feet, proper takeoff and lift, correct entry into 
the water. The backward dive is also taught, in- 
cluding lift, arching the body, and entry into the 
water. The motion is stopped at various points to 
enable detailed study of form. 

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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XL— No. 4 



November, 1977 



$1.00 Per Year 



1977 CROSS COUNTRY MEETS 

The official State High School Cross Country 
Championship Meets for both boys and girls in 
Classes A and AA were held at the University of 
Kentucky, Lexington, and the Class AAA was 
held at Seneca Park, Louisville, on November 5, 
1977. Mrs. Karen Olsen managed the A and AA 
in Lexington and Bro. Borgia of St. Xavier High 
School managed the Class AAA. 

Individual winners in each class were as fol- 
lows: A — Ed Narramore of Jenkins, Karen Porter 
of Owen County High School; AA — Todd Murphy 
of Dixie Heights High School, Kathleen Beumel 
of Apollo High School; AAA — Rick Miller of 
Trinity High School, Leslie Voit of Atherton High 
School. 

Team scores in Class A were as follows: 
BOYS — Somerset, 64; Bishop Brossart, 73; Model, 
130; Ft. Campbell, 138; Muhlenburg Central, 153; 
St. Henry, 166; Providence, 180; University Breck- 
inridge, 190; Jenkins, 267; Grant County, 269; Lee 
County, 275; West Hardin, 279; Sheldon Clark, 331; 
LaRue County, 333; Hancock County, 335. 

The order in which the first ten runners in 
Class A finished is given below, including the 
times: 

1. BOYS — Ed Narramore, Jenkins (10:03); 

2. Tim Back, University Breckinridge (10:19); 

3. Jim Arnold, Owen County (10:32); 4. Greg 
Briscoe, Corbin (10:36); 5. Dave Schaufuss, Belle- 
vue (10:38); 6. John Zepke, Ft. Campbell (10:42); 
7. Fenton Dawson, Trigg County (10:45); 8. John 
Borders, Somerset (10:46); 9. Bruce Hacker, LaRue 
County (10:48); 10. Curt Rader, Somerset (10:49). 

Team scores in Class A were as follows: 
GIRLS — Lexington Catholic, 33; Providence, 48; 
Ft. Campbell, 54; Model, 121; Bellevue, 128; West 
Hardin, 158; Green County, 177. 

The order in which the first ten runners in 
Class A finished is given below, including the 
times: 

1. GIRLS — Karen Porter, Owen County 
(8:54); 2. Robin Hicks, Providence (9:11); 3. Kath- 
leen Warren, Lexington Catholic (9:26); 4. Linda 
Smith, Lexington Catholic (9:36); 5. Liz Daut, Lex- 
ington Catholic (9:37); 6. Ruby Bagby, Ft. Camp- 
bell (9:38); 7. Movita Kerbey, Fulton (9:43); 8. 
Mary Shackelford, Estill County (9:44); 9. Becka 
Creamer, Model (9:45); 10. Susan Pattison, Ft, 
Campbell (9:45). 

Team scores in Class AA were as follows 
BOYS — Pulaski County, 77; Lloyd Memorial, 90 
Daviess County, 118; Covington Catholic, 129 
Owensboro, 167; Tates Creek, 172; Paducah Tilgh- 
man, 183; Danville, 210; Meade County, 252; North 
Hardin, 258; Scott County, 265; Bryan Station, 
271; Russell County, 344; Christian County, 383; 
Adair County, 393; Nelson County, 421; Boyd 
County, 422; Harrison County, 447. 

The order in which the first ten runners in 
Class AA finished is given below, including the 
times: 

1. BOYS — Todd Murphy, Dixie Heights 
(9:55); 2. Mattingly McKay, Daviess County (10:01); 
3. Andy Crowley, Danville (10:03); 4. Mark Camm, 
Newport Catholic (10:10); 5. Joe Buck, East Carter 



(10:14); 6. Steve Cornelius, Pulaski County (10:21); 

7. Scott Eckstein, Daviess County (10:22); 8. Doug 
Fultz, Russell County (10:25); 9. Matt Payne, 
Apollo (10:25); 10. Marvin jump, Owensboro 
(10:27). 

Team scores in Class A A were as follows: 
GIRLS — Daviess County, 60; Franklin County, 
76; Highlands, 100: Apollo, 101; Christian County, 
170; Hopkinsville, 173; Oldham County, 191; 
Holmes, 204; Pulaski County, 230; North Hardin, 
241; George Rogers Clark, 276; Boyd County, 294; 
Henry Clay, 325; Knox Central, 328. 

The order in which the first ten runners in 
Class AA finished is given below, including the 
times: 

1. GIRLS — Kathleen Beumel, Apollo (8:50); 
2. Lori Linville, Daviess County (8:53); 3. Barbara 
Judge, Franklin County (8:58); 4. Kelly Everman, 
Franklin County (8:59); 5. Molly Dunn, Daviess 
County (9:03); 6. Debbie Slegmundt, Highlands 
(9:06); 7. Karen Daniel, Owensboro (9:08); 8. Mary 
Witt, Bourbon County (9:11); 9. Holly Straight, 
Montgomery County (9:11); 10. Julie Maynard, 
Apollo (9:13). 

Team scores in Class AAA were as follows: 
BOYS — Trinity, 27; St. Xavier, 47; Atherton, 69; 
Ballard, 107; Valley, 153; Central, 167; Stuart, 
201; Butler, 209. 

The order in which the first ten runners in 
Class AAA finished is given below, including the 
times: 

1. BOYS — Rick Miller, Trinity (9:52.3); 2. 
James Lynch, Eastern (9:57); 3. Greg Cline, Trin- 
ity (9:59); 4. Greg Embry, Southern (10:02); 5. 
Mark Graves. St. Xavier (10:03): 6. Neal Pipkin, 
Atherton (10-05); 7. Tim Bennett, Trinity (10:06); 

8. John Pipkin, Atherton (10:10): 9. B. J. Hinkle, 
Stuart (10:10); 10. Jerry Simms, St. Xavier (10:12). 

Team scores in Class AAA were as follows: 
GIRLS — Central, 35; Pleasure Ridge Park, 53; 
Moore. 86; Waggener, 122; Western, 133; Butler, 
142; Westport, 144; Southern, 150. 

The order in which the first ten runners in 
Class AAA finished is given below, including the 
times: 

1. GIRLS — Leslie Voit. Atherton (8:25.2; 2. 
Kathy Jones. Pleasure Ridge Park (8:26); 3. Jenny 
Martin, Central (8:26); 4. Sherry Clarke, Sacred 
Heart (8:36); 5. Karyan Kiefer, Wageener (8:46); 
6. Valerie Dobiesz, Central (8:56); 7. Karen Jones, 
Pleasure Ridge Park (8:57); 8. Lori Wagemaker, 
Central (9:02); 9. Shiela Clay, Ballard (9:03); 10. 
Beth Buechler. Central (10:04). 



THE GAME GUY AWARD 

The K. H. S. A. A. will continue the Game 
Guy Award. School representatives and registered 
officials may make nominations for the award. 
The eligible person should be a pupil at the junior 
or senior high school level who has overcome 
great physical handicap in order to take part in 
athletics. Letters of recommendation should be 
addressed to "Game Guy Committee, K.H.S.A.A., 
P. O. Box 7502, Lexington, Kentucky 40502." Dead- 
line for the 1978 nomination is April 1. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1977 



NOVEMBER, 1977 



VOL. XL— No. 4 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 192S. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor DIANNE H. CAINES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Ray Story (1974-1978) Radcliff 

Vice-Pres. Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington 

Directors Denval Barriger (1975-1979), Bowling Green; 

Zeh Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Jack Burkich 
(1976-1980), Whilesburg; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville; Glendon Raveriscraft (1976-1979), Alexandria; 
George Sauer (1974-1978), Louisville; Barney Thweatt 
(1977-1981), Hopkinsville; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), Paints- 
ville. Conley Marining, State Dept. of Education repre- 
sentative. 



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o/nmiMio/ie/' d 



National Federation Basketball Test 

Part II of the National Federation basketball 
examination will be given all over Kentucky on 
Monday, December 5, to officials who wish to 
work for the Approved and Certified ratings. The 
examinations will be given by the Assigning Sec- 
retaries in all regions. The sites will be determined 
by the Assigning Secretaries. Officials registered 
with the K.H.S.A.A. for the first time this year 
and who have not been registered previously in 
any other state association, are not eligible to take 
the test for a higher rating. Those interested 
should advise the Assigning Secretary immediate- 
ly since th ey will supervise the exami nation. 



ATTENTION SWIM COACHES 


TIME STANDARDS FOR STATE 


SWIMMING 


CHAMPIONSHIP 


MEETS — 


1977-78 






AA 


AA 


AAA 


AAA 


Event 


Girls 


Boys 


Girls 


Boys 


200 Med. Relay 


none 


none 


none 


none 


200 Free 


2:30.0 


2:10.0 


2:30.0 


2:08.0 


200 I.M. 


2:50.0 


2:30.0 


2:50.0 


2:24.0 


50 Free 


29.0 


26.0 


29.0 


26.0 


100 Fly 


1:20.0 


1:10.0 


1:20.0 


1:06.0 


100 Free 


1:06.0 


59.0 


1:06.0 


57.5 


500 Free 


7:00.0 


6:10.0 


7:00.0 


6:00.0 


100 Back 


1:16.0 


1:12.0 


1:16.0 


1:08.0 


100 Breast 


1:20.0 


1:15.0 


1:21.0 


1:15.0 


200 Free Relay 


none 


none 


none 


none 



REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. — 1977 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first is that of the home phone. 
Ball. Jim, 4942 Washington St. West. Charleston. W. Va., 

776-5811, 747-4849 
Bowles, G. L.. 1206 Lightan Ave.. Dunsan, W. Va. 25064, 

768-8121, 768-2111 
Burns. Raymond, G.. Jr., 4928 Determine Ln.. Louisville 

40216. 447-5280. 778-7344 
Coleman, Kendall. 89 Dunbar Ave.. Dunbar, W. Va. 25064, 

768-8715. 747-7428 
Cotto-Thorner, Ler;ter. 1010 Village Drive W., So. Charles- 
ton. W. Va. 25309. 768-8710. 344-3411 
Givans, Michael A., 9001 Willowcreek Dr., Louisville 

40219. 966-3578. 288-6611 
Pauley. Walker F.. Jr.. 4513 Green Hill Dr., Charleston. 

W. Va. 25302. 965-3203. 768-7301 
Petrella. Michael. 815 Montrose Drive, So. Charleston, 

W. Va. 25303. 744-2597 
Thomas. Milton. 556 20th St.. Dunbar, W. Va. 25064, 768- 

7134. 346-9461 



CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 





m 



Kathleen Beumel, Apollo High School, individual 
winner. Class AA, Girls' Cross Country. 



CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 




Karen Porter, Owen Countv High School, individual 
winner. Class A, Girls' Cross Country. 



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CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY 

Individual Champion 



CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 




Ed Narramore, Jenkins High School, individual winner, 
Class A, Boys' Cross Country. 



Todd Murphy, Dixie Heights High School, individual 
winner. Class AA, Boys' Cross Country. 



Registered Wrestling Officials 
of the K.H.S.A.A. — 1977-78 

(List Compiled November 10) 
If the telephone number is given for an official, it 
is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Atkins. Mike P., 148 North Kentucky Ave.. Hopkinsville 

42240. 885-5478. 885-8406 
Buckley, Warren D.. 1762 Blue Licks Road. Lexington 

40504, 278-8083. 233-4511 
Dave, James L., 7902 Bardstown Road, Fern Creek 40291. 

239-3718, 589-4321 
Crawford. Warren Jay, 1329 Devonport Dr.. Lexington 

40504, 233-1979. 252-2246 
Daniel, Robert D.. Route 2. Robards 42452. 835-7791 
Davenport. David E.. 223 Capt. Frank Road. New Albany, 

Ind. 47150. 945-4308. 945-0297 
David, Chris Brian, P.O. Box 112. Stone 41567, 353-4593 
Francisco, Tony, 316 Avondale Ave.. Middlesboro 40965, 

248-5542. 248-1911 
Hardy, Thomas W., Box 598. Old State Road #3, Alex- 
andria 41001. 635-9001. 771-2728 
Hawkins, Walter L.. Sharon Acres, Route 1. Box 52A, 

Clav 42404, 664-2815. 639-5856 
Hillock. Steven W., Box 2120, Route 4, Scenic Dr.. New- 
burgh. Ind.. 47630. 853-2107, 853-6111 
Hodee, Kenneth, 43 Lion's Den Court, Louisville 40218, 

491-0959 
Ingraham. Gary J.. 2332 Brownsboro Rd„ Louisville 40206, 

897-2815 
Lineberry, Mark D.. 511 Christopher Place, Louisville 

40214. 367-1496, 588-5163 
Lineberry, Ted, 5111 Nancy Avenue, Louisville 40216, 

447-5075 
Longdo, Michael, Box 267. Dixon 42409. 639-5906 639-2651 
Martin, Alan, 2511 Lamborne Blvd., Louisville 40272, 935- 

0031, 452-4707 
Mover. Charles R.. 36 Maple Avenue. Highland 41076, 

441-0531 
Owens, Le W i s f., 12224 Ledges Dr., Middletown 40243, 

245-7641. 426-8950 
Quinn, Larry, Route 1, 1914 Sunset Drive, New Albanv, 

Ind. 47150. 945-3986 
Rankin, Kevin D., 352 S. Main St.. Versailles 40383. 873-8840 
Salyers. Don. 883 Rolin Dr.. Erlanger 41018. 525-6694 

371-5697 
(Sweat, Michael F.. Route 4. Elizabethtown 42701, 737-7448, 

862-3924 
Sykes. Bill. 206 Cardinal Lane. Princeton 42445. 365-3300. 

365-9566 
Todd. Timothy D 1557 A March Lane, Henderson 42420, 

827-4855, 821-1600 
Warren, Dr. Lawrence A.. 1161 Church Avenue, Corydon, 

Ind., 47112. 738-3419, 738-2166 
Weenolsen. Robert. 302 Lansing Avenue. Louisville 40214, 

366-8200. 425-2541 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Basketball Officials) 

(List Compiled October 20) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Acton. Claude J.. R. 3, Box 174B. Somerset 42501, 379-6479, 

379-2360 
Adams, Ray Jr.. Rt. 3, Box 106, Manchester 40962, 598-3262 
Adkins. Robert C. Jr., 385 Redding Rd. #136. Lexington 

40502 
Allen. Brent. Rt. 1 Box 23. Eastern 41622. 358-4198. 452-2110 
Allen, Elmer. 1309 Fairland PI.. Louisville 40211. 778-5531, 

776-1878 
Allen. Nelson. 113 Gesling Rd., Russell 41169. 836-5352, 

836-8915 
Allen. Thomas. 1210 Park Ln. Brandenburg 40108. 422- 

4360, 422-4931 
Anderson, Larry, 588 Bishop Dr., Lexington 40505. 299- 

1636. 276-3535 
Anderson. Marcus. 950 S. 47th St.. Louisville 40211, 778- 

0059. 772-3661 
Anderson. Ralph Jr. Rt. 7 Box 144, Bowling Green 42101, 

563-4123, 781-2381 
Appling, Wayne, Route 2, Box 150A. RussellviDe 42276, 

542-4421 
Arnold. James R., 749 Honeysuckle Dr.. Taylor Hill 41015, 

491-4091, 561-4225 
Ashcraft. Darvl. Route 5. Box 22, Mavsville 41056, 759- 

7345, 883-3167 
Asher. Jacob, 3323 Nantuckett Dr., Lexington 40502, 

278-8894 
Asher. Ralph, P.O. Box 232. Olive Hill 41164. 286-2081 
Backert, Tony, 3507 Autumn Way, Louisville 40218, 

451-5505 
Bain, Stanley. 1102 Nancv Lee Dr.. Louisville 40213. 366- 

0248. 587-1292 
Bair. David. 1124 Centurian Rd.. Lexington 40502. 272- 

5793 269-3326 
Baird. Deborah. 320 Somerset St., Stanford 40484, 365- 

2409, 236-3150 
Baker, Douglas, 821 S. 9th St.. Mayfield 42066, 247-4171, 

753-6327 
Baker, Glenn D . 131 Ashbury Dr.. Wilmore 40390. 858-4149 
Baker. James P., 3525 Tates Creek, Apt. 116. Lexington 

40502, 272-3294, 255-1412 
Baldwin. Dennis. 4605 Mvrick PI.. Valley Station 40272, 

935-0667. 448-8210 
Banks. Buddy. Box 173. Flatwoods 41139. 836-4807. 836-9419 
Baker. K»nnv. Route 1 Box 157. Cvnthiana 41031. 234- 

6550. 863-5555 
Bartlev. Joseph. Box 134, Muldraugh 40155, 942-6323, 

624-5744 

CContinued to Page Seven) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1977 



SOMERSET HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY BOYS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: David Hargess, John Borders, Teddy Wilson, Curt Rader, Chuck Tucker. Second 
Row: Larry Silvers, David Rader, Frank Haynes, Albert Calhoun, Roger Whitlock, Jeff Liitrell. 



PULASKI COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY BOYS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right Front Row: Billy Mounce. Arthur Crawford, Darvin Davis, Allen Crawford, Doug Murphy, Steve 
Wright Mike Burdine. Second Row: Johnny Edwards, John Hieronymus, Mitch Diamond, Steve Cornelius, Kenny 
Milligan, Jerry Mounce, Gary Pence, Eddie Fisher. Third Row: Jeff Hargis, Larry Blevins, Gerald Crowe, Randy 
Singleton, Dale Prather, Coach Gordon Bocock. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1977 



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LEXINGTON CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left Jo Right) Front Row: Linda Smith, Catherine McEllistren, Liz Danl, Kalherine Warren, Nanette Werne, 
Katie Beargie. Second Row: Coach Tommy Slams, Mark Roche, Amy Beargie, Joan McEllistren, Marilyn Mudd, 
Tom Burns. 



CAMPBELLSVILLE— CLASS A, REGION 1, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Kneeling: Kelly Baugh, D. Morrison, H. Reii, R. Cook, S. Wickliffe. Front Row: P. Nuchols, J. 
Richardson, J. Hoy, J. McGuffey. R. Dicken, H. Chappell, B. Allen, D. VanHuss, W. Willoughby, R. Greer, T. Taylor, 
M. Evans. Second Row: M. Litchfield, D. Kulp, J. Fox, M. Harris, J. Hardy, G. Walls, B. Allen, G. White, G. 
McGuifey, J. Allen, M. Ferguson, G. England, M. Overstreel. Third Row: G. Hoy, S. Wickliffe, J. Johnson, M. 
Wright, D. Wilson, T. Davis, M. Beard. M. Bailey. D. Cecil, R. Altman, D. Lawson, D. Martin, W. Faulkner. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1977 



RACELAND — CLASS A, REGION III, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. K. Boyle, B. Bledsoe, M. Huffman, C. Rowlett, D. Harris, S. Abbott, M. 
Christian, S. Wells. Second Row: Coach S. Grizzle, Mgr. D. Boyle, M. Stephsen, J. Adkins, K. Bostick. T. Medley, 
L. Perry, V. Burroughs, C. Coffey, R. Vanderhoof, Mgr. C. Barker. Third Row: Coach L. Stanley, T. Howard, D. 
Rowe, D. Waggoner, K. Coffey. J. Flocker, T. Cumpton, A. Stewart, L. Anderson, S. Kincaid, Coach D. Kelly. 
Fourth Row: Coach O. Pack, S. Cox, R. Cumpton, S. Young, J. Watson, B. Rose, B. Spears, C. Glaxon, G. Booth, 
Coach R. Snyder. 

PINEVILLE — CLASS A, REGION IV, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: S. Madon, G. Ellis, M. Venable, J. Howard, P. W. Mays, I. Hill, T. Zachery, A. Hobbs 
Mgr. A. Taylor. Second Row: Mgr. B. Hill, C. VanBever, B. Cloud, D. Combs, D. Roper, G. Hobbs, L. Hobbs, B. 
Bowling, D. Tye, J. D. Howard, Ass't Coach P. Clore. Third Row: Heal Coach B. Adams, T. Dyal, T. Hurd, D. 
Napier, T. Woolum, P. Martin, B. Engle, D. Howard, L. Johnson, M. Terry, Ass't Coach T. Taylor. 

PAINTSVILLE — CLASS A, REGION IV, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. S. Daniel, M. Sheets, J. Simonton, B. J. Ward, J. Runyon, J. Miller, M. 
Stafford, B. Scott, M. Loy Brown, Mgr. R. Mullins. Second Row: M. Brown, M. Doderer, F. Osborne, E. Charles, 
D. Jarrell, R. VanHoose, C. Frary, S. Pack. Third Row: K. Gillispie, W. Knight, B. Mullins, D. Young, M. Brugh, 
B. Meade, J. Meddings, T. Endicott. Fourth Row: D. Pugh, J. Adams, D. Pugh, D. Lemaster, J. Brown, K. Webb, 
R. Daniel. 



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BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(Continued from Page Three) 

Baxter, William, 113 Wedgewood. Glasgow 42141, 651-3300, 

651-8859 
Beekner, Gene, Box 32, Manchester 40962, 864-9102, 598-2161 
Belcher, William O., Box 99. LeJunior 40849, 837-2607, 

837-2840 
Bell, Clarence. 3812 Meadow Haven Rd., Louisville 40218, 

491-2846, 582-5573 
Bell, Gary, 9419 Doral Ct. Apt. 7. Louisville 40220, 491- 

2336, 774-7764 
Bell, Robert. 1257 Tishoff Dr., Lexington 40502, 269-6122, 

269-3326 
Berger, Dick, 118 Yancev Dr.. Ft. Mitchell 41017. 331-5373, 

431-1235 
Bersch, Bev, 906 E. Alexandria Pike, Crestview 41076, 

635-4393 
Bibb, Ennis. 11013 Lunenburg Ct.. Louisville 40223. 426- 

3285, 582-8436 
Billips. Douglas, 1671 Donelwal Dr., Lexington 40505, 233- 

0153, 564-3013 
Black, Charles Jr., 138 Pine St.. Barbourville 40906. 546- 

5348, 546-5143 • 

Blodgett, Marianne, 641 Lammie Dr.. Lexington 40503, 

277-6932 257-1497 
Blvthe. John W.. 1005 S. 14th St., Mayfield 42066. 247-8352. 

247-2574 
Bogar, Joseph D.. Box 37. Hardv 41531, 353-9540, 353-7760 
Bonar, John, 8 Central Ave., Walton 41094, 485-4084, 

485-4495 
Bond, Terry, 11 Circle Dr.. Crestview 41076, 441-0723 
Bone, Gerald, Route 11 it24 Avantgarde, Elizabethtown 

42701, 737-6986, 769-3338 
Booth, John, 307 7th, Carrollton 41008. 732-5517 
Bowling, Donald. 503V; Scott Ave.. Pikeville 41501, 437- 

7243 432-2733 
Boyd, Billy, 237 Creekview Dr.. Paris 40361, 987-2411, 

269-2336 
Brady, Ron, 85 Avcadia. Ft. Mitchell 41017. 341-8502. 331- 

3066 
Bradley, Phillip, 1530 Quincv St.. Louisville 40206. 583- 

2578. 584-8364 
Bradshaw. Henry, 603 N. Broadway t5, Lexington 40508 
Brandon, Jerome. 405 N. Cherry St.. Murray 42071, 753-1648 
Brantley, Delmer. 416 E. 12th St., Bowling Green 42101. 

842-7616, 843-3212 
Brashear. Fred, Box 1390. Hvden 41749. 672-2474. 672-2344 
Brav, Richard, P.O. Box 62, Mt. Vernon 40456. 256-5374 
Brennenstuhl. Jim. P.O. Box 101, Pleasant View 40769, 

549-3241 549-2463 
Brewer, Charles, 4407 Billv Bone Ct.. Louisville 40229, 

964-9741 
Brewer, Jerrv, Box 8. Bonnvman 41719. 436-6200, 436-3155 
Brewer, Mark. Route ir3. Williamstown 41097. 824-5761, 

823-5151 
Brock. Alben, P.O. Box 103, Pineville 40977, 337-3848. 337- 

3512 
Brock, John. Rt. 1 Box 262 B, Pineville 40977, 337-3368. 

337-2329 
Brockman. Gerald. 1015 Sir Lancelot Ln.. Louisville 40222. 

425-6133. 566-4437 
Brockman, Ken, HHD, 75th SPT BN, Ft. Knox 40121, 

828-2403. 624-3312 
Brockman, Thomas. 923 Worth St.. Covington, KY 41011, 

261-9181, 771-8910 
Brooks, Steve, 305 Parkwood PI., Frankfort 40601, 223- 

0734 223-0565 227-2201 
Brothers. Dottie.' 5350 Westhall Ave.. Louisville 40214. 

368-5607, 966-5626 
Browder, Homer, 405 Fair St.. Henderson 42420, 826-2123, 

827-1515 
Brown, John, P.O. Box 488, Olive Hill 41164, 286-2852, 

286-4443 
Brown. Judy, 7818 Bramble Ln.. Louisville 40258. 933-2458 
Brown. Lvman. 724 N. 36th St.. Paducah 42001. 442-6891. 

443-5800 
Brown, Michael, R.R. 5. Box 107AA. Scottsville 42164, 

237-4935. 237-3117 
Brown, Rickie, 405 Skyline Dr.. Bowling Green, KY 42101. 

781-2275 
Brown, Ronnie, R.R. 1. Brodhead 40409, 758-8959 
Brown, Steve. 10 Skyline Dr., Crestview 41076, 781-4674, 

825-4604 
Brown, Wendell, Rt. 6 Box 682, London 40741. 864-2372, 

864-2277 
Browning. John. Route 2 Box 598. Ashland 41101. 928-5727 
Browning, Wayne, 7080 Fowler Dr.. Madisonville 42431, 

821-5958, 821-3033 
Bryant. Billy. Lamero 40341. 453-4941 

Buell. Eliiah. General Delivery. Wallins 40873. 664-2452. 
Buerger. Timothy. 406 Caldwell Dr.. Elsmere 41018, 342-6831 
Bugg. James. Rt. 2 Box 425C, Henderson 42420. 533-6555, 

533-6996 
Burch, Bill. 2128 Mantx, Ashland 41101, 324-8397. 324-9771 
Burns. Lisa. R.R. 2 Box 230. Alexandria 41001. 635-9776 
Burgett, Charlie. Concord Dr.. White Plains 42464. 676- 

3787. 821-1547 
Bullock. Larrv, Box 11. Brodhead 40409. 788-8963. 256-2195 
Burkhart. James, Box 133. Wallins 40873. 664-2162. 573-5027 
Bush. Karmen 5814 Brandywyne Ct.. Louisville 40291, 

239-5627, 267-5627 



Byars, Don, 1928 Cottonwood Dr.. Lexington 40503, 277- 

2215. 258-8892 
Cadwell, Charles, Rt. 4, Box 261. Paducah 42001, 898-3745, 

395-4164 
Campbell. Charles. General Delivery, Frenchburg 40322, 

768-3648. 768-2111 
Campbell. Eddie, R.R. 2 Box 431, Hazard 41701. 378-2191, 

378-7761 
Cantrell. Elizabeth, 1022 E. Collins. Flatwoods 41139. 836- 

6647, 836-3163 
Carman, Coleman, Hardinsburg 40143, 756-5280. 756-5132 
Carnes. Dwight. 213 A Wilson Ln.. Middlesboro 40965, 

248-3193 
Carr. Billy, 612 Village Dr., Franklin 42134, 586-6910, 

586-3261 
Carr. Larry. 929 Palomino Dr.. Villa Hills 41016, 341-9276 
Carpenter. Jasper. 208 Whitfield. Lexington 40503. 272- 

5166, 564-7800 
Casada, Lonnie, Box 46 Deerfield La., Somerset 42501, 

561-5713. 561-4138 
Cash. Charles. 616 Hemlock Dr.. Calverv City 42029, 395- 

4709 395-4165 
Cates. Bill, Box 12A Rt. 1, Dixon 42409. 639-5684, 424-7741 
Centers, Mike. Rt. 5. Box 444A. London 40741, 878-6813, 

897-5314 
Chappie. Charles. 1532 Holman St.. Covington 41011, 

581-5841, 291-6272 
Chattin. Ernie. 615 17th, Ashland 41101, 324-2665 
Cheek. Alan. 242 S. Second St.. Richmond 40475, 624-1016 
Chick, William. Route 6. Russellville 42276. 542-4928 
Childers. Jerry, Ashcamp 41512, 754-5160 
Clark, Ken, 2611 Delor Ave., Louisville 40217. 637-6497, 

581-4605 
Clayton, Gary. Box 214, Brooksville 41004, 735-3567. 735- 

2169 
Click. Edgle. Box 783. Martin 41649, 285-3532, 285-9287 
Cochran. Rav. Wittensville 41247. 297-3135 
Coffman. Danny, Hanson 42413, 322-8084 
Coffman, Steve. 4902 Swaps Ln.. Louisville 40216. 447- 

0658. 937-4088 
Colacello. Robert. 1175 Venetian Way, Lexington 40502. 

272-0367. 255-3335 
Cole. Terry. Route 2. Auburn 42206. 542-4378. 755-4196 
Colley. Lynn. 411 E. 23 St.. Hopkinsville 42240. 885-9538. 

886-4463 
Collier, Burnard. Sidney 41564, 353-4111, 353-7239 
Combs, Henry, Route 5. Quicksand 41363, 666-7876, 666-2403 
•Combs, Mike, Hindman 41822, 785-3410 
Congleton. Jay, P.O. Box 416, Owenton 40359, 484- 

5238. 484-3434 
Conlev. Joseph. 2436 Roosevelt Ave., Ashland 41101, 324- 

6042 
Connor, Greg. 108 Mary Lou. Florence 41042. 371-8072 
Cooksey. Marvin. 5905 Orville Dr., Louisville 40213, 969- 

3585, 452-4676 
Coppage. Hugh. Rt. 3 Hartford 42347, 298-3436, 298-7861 
Couch, Lester. Box 84. Smilax 41764. 279-4393. 675-3311 
Cox. Clarence. 497 Hill-n-Dale Rd.. Lexington 40503, 277- 

5991 272-4556 
Cox. James. Rt. 1 Box 231. Cattlettsburg 41129 
Cox. Ken. 2184 Lansill Rd.. Lexington 40504. 278-6305. 

299-2213 
Cox, Rufus. P.O. Box 237. Madisonville 42431. 821-2692. 

338-2776 
Coy. Charlie. Boston 40107 
Crager. Bobby. 1703 Mary Ellen Dr.. Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6069. 836-5623 
Crick, Dwaine. Box 373, Nortonville 42442. 676-8397. 232-4268 
Croft. Frank. 1201 Abbeywood Rd.. Louisville 40222. 425- 

5593. 588-6276 
Cross. Keith, 362B. Dixie Hwv.. Muldraugh 40155 
Cross. Roger. P.O. Box 41. Muldraugh 40155. 942-3826, 

942-3510 
Crum. Garry. Mesllv 41234. 789-4603 
Crutcher. Paul. Rt 1. Ekron 40175. 828-2647. 624-8349 
Curbs. Ella, 602 Miller St. Box 134. Stanford 40484. 365-7323. 

365-2191 
Cunningham. Alan. 1125 Farman Ct.. Louisville 40219. 

964-6185. 957-3540 
Cupo. Jackie. Rt. 4 Box 499B. London 40741. 864-6886, 

864-2181 
Dallas. Stephen. 371 Constance Rd.. Hebron 41048. 689-7577, 

525-6374 
Daniel. Roger, P.O. Box 15. Paintsville 41240. 789-3372, 

886-2311 
Daniels, Leon. Garrett 41630. 358-4445 
Daniels. Robert, 1107 McKenzie Addition, Van Lear 41265, 

789-3931 
Darnell. Nick 6 Riverview Ave.. Ft. Thomas 41075. 781- 

4497. 721-3610 
Dant. Joseph. 2913 Sheldon Rd.. Louisville 40218. 491-7196, 

491-3440 
Davis. Bobby. 73 Zelkova Dr.. Shelbvville 40065. 633-6167, 

893-3611 
Davis. John. Rt. 1 Box 253. Shelbvville 40065. 633-4465. 

633-4465 
Day. Lawrence, 113 Centurian Rd.. Lexington 40502, 272-3392 
Day, Richard, 1606 Alexandria Dr., Lexington 40504 277-9759 
Day, Ronnie, 132 Center St.. Morehead 40351, 784-9721 
Day, Wavne. 114 Debbie Ave.. Lancaster 40444, 792-2260 
Dean. David. 2305 Versailles Rd.. Lexington 40504 233- 

3125. 254-6612 
Decker. Jim. 2513 Blvd. Napoleon. Louisville 40205, 452- 

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Decker, Neil. Box 261 — W. K. U., Bowling Green 42101. 

782-2143 
Denham, Alan. 2625 Amsterdam Rd., Villa Hills 41016. 

341-2102 
Denham. Edward. Rt. 1 Exec. Pk.. Berea 40403. 986-1138. 

623-5121 
Denton, Calvin. 130 Spring St., Carlisle 40311. 289-7109. 

232-3328 
Dierig, Thomas. 69 Pleasant Dr.. Highland Heights 41076, 

781-4470 
Divine, Wavne. 626 Walnut. Central City 42330. 754-2783, 

754-4474 
Dixon. Billy. Rt. 3, Box 547. Hazard 41701, 436-4605, 439-1970 
Dobson. John Barry, D127 Cooperstown, Lexington 40506, 

233-9757 
Dotv, Darrell. 8 Marv Ross, ShelbyviUe 40065, 633-5789, 

633-1094 
Douthwaite. Donald. 5754 Biscayne Ave.. Cincinnati. OH 

45211 574-2238 241-2106 
Dowd, Jim. 189 Hazel Dr., Florence 41042. 371-4780. 562-5924 
Downs, Gil, 3237 Raintree PI.. Louisville 40220, 491-7021, 

245-4161 
Dozier, Dennis, P.O. Box 32. Bimble 40915. 606-5917 
Drake. Richard. 72 Connelly Dr., Ft. Thomas 41075. 441-4235 
Drnevich, Roxanne. 3310 Roxburg Dr., Lexington 40503. 

277-0153 
Duff. Birchell. Box 85. Garrett 41630. 358-4564. 358-9618 
Duff. Earl, 240 Ky. Blvl., Hazard 41701. 436-2604 
Duff. Patricia. Box 85. Garrett 41630. 358-4564, 358-9618 
Durbin. Hade, 303 Morningside Dr.. Elizabethtown 42701. 

765-7893, 765-6575 
Dyke, Dean, Box 231, Crestwood 40014. 241-4109. 452-4140 
Eads. Ronald. 3141 Starling Dr.. Lexington 40504. 278-6759, 

259-1411 
Eaves, James 104 Southwestern Pkwv. Louisville 40212, 

778-0137, 581-5796 
Edwards. Wavne. 118 Avery Dr.. Greenburg 42743. 932- 

4960. 932-4406 
Ellis Ken. 39 Kenner ^t.. Ludlow 41016. 291-3241 
Elswick B. J.. Box 153. Elkhorn City 41522, 754-8380, 

432-2733 
Embrv. Johnny. Star Route Box 2050. Cloverport 40111, 

788-6730. 788-3741 
Evans. Bettie Lou. R.R. 3. Mt. Sterling 40353. 498-1338 
Everlv Phyllis. Route 2. Central City 42330. 754-2304. 476- 

8775 
Farhat, Ned, 2391 Heather Way. Lexington 40502, 278-2834. 

255-8191 
Featherstone. Jerry. Box 414. Mavfield 42066. 247-7448. 

247-3553 
Featherstone. John. 3416 Kramenshaw #39. Louisville 

40416. 448-1483 
Feltner, Dannv. R.R. 2. Box 151A. Hazard 41701. 436-5152. 

436-3155 
Fisk. Rodnev. 5561 Taylor Mill. Covington 41015. 581-1317. 

727-1555 
Florence. Joe. 671 Sipple Dr.. Covington 41015, 356-6620. 

581-3191 
Flynn. Bobbv, 428 McKenna Ct.. Lexington 40505. 299-5902. 

278-9310 
Fox. Joanna. Drakesboro 42337, 476-2969, 338-4650 
Francis, Frankie. Box 75. Wheelwright 41669. 452-2395, 

886-2354 
Frazer, Tom Roe. Route 1, Sturgis 42459. 333-4412. 333-4672 
Frazier. Mac. P.O. Box 88. Webster 40176. 547-4900 
Freppon. Tom. 26 Madonna. Cold Spring 41076. 781-0583, 

421-1800 
Frev. William. 4318 Ripple Creek Rd.. Cold Spring 41076. 

781-2685, 431-1336 
Fritz. John. 3057 Dale Hollow, Lexington 40502. 269-7663, 

266-2131 
Fuel], William. P.O Box 8214. Louisville 40208. 634-8569. 

778-6631 
Fuller. Barret. 406 Wvandot. Mt. Sterling 40353. 498-5218 
Fuller. Richard. 406 Wyandot. Mt. Sterling 40353. 498-5218, 

498-0208 
Funk, James, Lewis Hall irll. Morehead 40351, 784-6070, 

783-3391 
Gaddie, Gary, 233 Helm St., Elizabethtown 42701, 765-6553. 

769-5537 
Gambrel. Don. P.O. Box 43. Galston 40830. 573-9413. 573-4566 
Garland, Danny, 212 Woodhill Ln.. Frankfort 40601. 223- 

8680. 223-1638 
Gatterdam. Ed. 9202 Weissinger Ct.. Louisville 40222, 426- 

8393. 589-5440 
Gentry. Dale. 4945 Deterine Ln.. Louisville 40216. 447-5981, 

637-7717 
Gibbons, Mike. Rt. 3. Box 267. Williamsburg 40769. 549- 

2987m. 549-3883 
Gibson. Charles. Rt. 3, Frankfort Rd.. Georgetown 40324, 

863-1981. 863-2640 
Gibson. Gary. 4006 Peachtree, Louisville 40215, 366-0445, 

361-0174 
Gibson, Gerald, R.R 1. P.O. Box 61A. Uniontown 42461. 

822-9115 
Gibson. Russell 7504 Winesan Wav, Louisville 40228, 239- 

2511, 964-3376 
Gilbert. Gerald. 426 Allen Dr., Vine Grove 40175, 877-5094. 
651-5143 
. Gilliam. Steve. 104 S. 12th St.. Murray 42071. 753-4362, 
762-2919 
Gish Pete. 2025 Poplar Dr.. Henderson 42420. 826-3023. 
826-9522 



Gluck. Joseph. 211 College Rd.. Cumberland 40823, 589- 

2452 589-4512 
Goldey,' William, 866 Lamont Ln., Henderson 42420, 827-3622 
Goode. Earl, 3409 Alpine Ct.. Lexington 40502, 272-4176, 

277-6115 
Goodman, Adrian, East View 42732. 862-3160 
Goodnight, Hershel, 424 Breckinridge St., Franklin 42134, 

586-4235 
Gordon, Roy, 1701 Cherry Ln., ShelbyviUe 40065, 633-2558, 

633-4929 
Gorham, Charles, Salvisa 40372, 865-4380, 223-8211 
Gover, J. Luid. Box 249B. Science Hill 42553. 423-2274, 

679-1188 
Gray, Homer, Box 121A, Harned 40144, 736-2661, 756-5184 
Gray. Kenneth. 2819 Thistlewood Dr.. Louisville 40206. 

896-6920, 778-3364 
Gravson, Mark, Box 244, Inez 41224. 298-7493, 298-3591 
Grefer, Thomas, 65 Geiger Ave., Bellevue 41073. 491-3219, 

261-8655 
Gribbins. Jerry. Route 1. Gravel Switch 40328, 692-4258 
Groce, William. Albany 42602. 387-5459, 387-6416 
Gupton, George. 1050 Legion Park Rd.. Greensburg 42743, 

932-4253. 932-4200 
Gupton. Lawrence. P.O. Box 296. Greensburg 42743. 932- 

7830. 384-3338 
Guthrie. Gilliam, 205 Reed, Mayfield 42066, 247-0170, 247-0049 
Hackett. Wilbur. «72 Olive St.. Louisville 40210. 772-4093. 

452-4109 
Hale. John. 4036 Somoa Wav. Louisville 40218. 491-5376, 

587-3587 
Hall. Gary. Box 608, Elkhorn City 41522, 754-4315, 754-9098 
Hall, Richard. Box 613. Prestonsburg 41653, 874-9797, 452-4459 
Hall. Tommy. .O. Box 35. Ivel. 41642, 478-5689. 478-9138 
Hall. William. 115 Dickerson. Prestonsburg 41653, 886-3415, 

789-8211 
Hamilton. Paul. Route 3. Box 436, Pikeville 41501, 432-8255, 

432-1248 
Hammons. George, Box 283. Barbourville 40906. 546-6449, 

546-5859 
Hargis, Noel. R.R. 1. Box 130A, Somerset 42501. 679-6417, 

679-1136 
Harkleroad. Thomas. 106 Leslie St.. Berea 40403. 986-3217, 

623-4750 
Harned, Delano. Custer 40115, 536-3187, 774-7364 
Harlan, W. Steve. 1403 Harvey. Bowling Green 42101, 

842-3650 842-9245 
Harp, David, R.R. 2. Pleasureville 40057, 878-4113. 845-5622 
Harper. Robie. Beechmont 42323. 476-8084, 476-8775 
Harrington, Tim. 903 Edgefield Dr.. Bowling Green 42101, 

842-8321. 745-3258 
Harrison. Tim, 2303 Citation. Owensboro 42301, 683-1091, 

295-3411 
Hatfield. Robert 9102 Split Rail Dr.. Louisville 40272, 

935-1857. 366-9511 
Hawkins Donald. Rt. 2 Vine Grove 40175. 828-3631. 828-2125 
Haves. David. 208 East First St.. Campbellsville 42718, 

789-1634, 465-8661 
Hedges, Dennis. 103 Apollo Ct. #2. Georgetown 40324, 

863-1815, 232-2130 
Hendren, James. Rt. 1. Mackville 40040. 375-4498 
Henrv. Daniel, 30 Ann St., Florence 40142, 371-5898. 292-5195 
Henson. Don, Smithland 42081, 928-2047, 988-3263 
Hess, Herman, 4202 Summit Dr., Louisville 40229, 957-5723. 

361-2661 
Hickev. Tom. 3009 Decoursev. Covington 41015. 291-1708. 

581-7700 
Hicks. Flovd, 43 New Dr.. Florence 41042. 371-6279, 772-1400 
Hicks. Gene. Box 11. Hwy. 53. LaGrange 40031, 222-1829, 

222-0151 
Higdon, Sam. Route 2. Fancy Farm 42039. 623-8303, 247-6730 
Higgins David. Rt 1. Box 494. Corbin 40701. 523-0392, 

528-2411 
Hill. Daniel. 214 Bellefonte Princess. Ashland 41101. 325-2238 
Hills. James. 2338 Carter Rd. #6. Owensboro 42301. 926- 

1376. 684-0448 
Hill. Sue. 1021 Beecher, Louisville 40215. 366-8932 
Hilpp, Louis. 7509 Devereaux. Louisville 40258, 935-8080 
Hilton, Billv, 110 Ball St.. Springfield 40069. 336-7594, 

336-7170 
Hinton. Darrell. Box 55. Livermore 42352. 278-2987. 278-2105 
Hobbs. C. V. Jr., P.O. Box 2189. Morehead 41052, 783-3943. 

324-9439 
Hodges, Bill. 397 Pine St.. Benham 40807. 848-2026 
Holt, Larry. Rt. Box 132A. Alvaton 42122. 843-3587. 781-4585 
Holmes. Eddie, 208 Nicholas St.. Princeton 42445. 365-3312, 

388-2211 
Holt. Melva R.. 10915 Torrington Rd.. Louisville 40272. 935- 

6218. 588-5401 
Holt. Robert. Route 2. Box 188. Crofton 42217. 269-2577. 

886-5271 
Hopkins. Douglas. P.O. Box 1062. Harlan 40831. 573-3796 
Hopson. James, Rt. 1. Box 918M. Pikeville 41501. 437-7772, 

432-1461 
Hoover. Clarence. 236 Garrett Ave., Lexington 40504. 254- 

4°98. 252-1481 
Houchens Jeffrey. P.O. Box 82. Mt. Olivet 41064. 724- 

5598. 724-5821 
Houchens. Tom. 505 N. Long St.. London 40741. 864-9075. 

864-2136 
Houp. Charles. 114 Dogwood Nicholasville 40356. 885-6692 
Houriuan, James. 4447 Southern Pkwv. irl. Louisville 

40214. 361-8152 
Howard Dwio-ht '707 Donerail Dr.. Owensboro 42301, 
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Howard, Stephen, Box 976, Harlan 40831, 573-2387, 549-2030 
Hubbard. Oscar. Box 81, Manchester 40962, 598-2419 
Hughes, Brenda, 500 Ohio St. Apt. 4, Lexington 40508, 

255-9040 252-1955 
Hughes, Rufus, Box 282. Whitley 42653, 376-2979, 376-8788 
Hyatt, Robert J., Linden Dr., Lawrenceburg 40342, 839- 

4436- 839-7631 
Isham, Buford. Route 3, Lawrenceburg 40342, 839-3811, 

452-4422 
Isham, Mark, Route 3. Lawrenceburg 40342, 839-3811, 

564-6991 
Jackson, Edward. 2507 W. 9st. Owensboro 42301. 684-4664. 

926-3200 
Jackson, Robert. P.O. Box 76, Hitchins 41142. 474-9477, 

474-9105 
Jamerson. Dewey. Box 1. Bypro 41612, 452-2585 
Jarvis. Robert, 107 Elm St., Pikeville 41501, 432-1086. 

432-4196 
Jeffers, Steve, 117 School St.. Barbourville 40906, 546-5415. 

546-5101 
Jenkins, Burnev, Georgetown 40324, 863-3612, 863-3805 
Jenkins, Jerry, Route #6. Cynthlana 41031. 234-3350. 234- 

3253 
Jenne. Dennis. 95 Lion's Den Ct.. Louisville 40218, 491-3677 
Jennings, Donnie. Cloverport 40111. 788-3335 
Jent, Richard. 5561 Nickview Dr., Cincinnatti. OH 45239, 

385-3484 932-1211 
Johns. James. 52 Madison Village. Richmond 40475. 624- 

2526 232-3597 
Johnson. Bonnie. 1039 College St.. Bowling Green 42101, 

781-8126 
Johnson. Frank. P.O. Box 251. Guthrie 42234, 485-2344. 

645-6471 
Johnson. John. Rt. 1, Box 551. Clintwood. Va. 24228. 835- 

8203. 865-5126 
Johnson, Michael. 114 Allision Ave.. Barbourville 40906. 

546-4274. 546-6945 
Johnson, Walter. Hitchins 41146. 474-5908. 474-5721 
Jolly, Barry. 21 Thatcher Ct.. Alexandria 41001. 635-5696, 

441-7251 
Jones, Denver. Box 700. Hazard 41701. 439-1812, 436-4114 
Jones. Ken. Rt. 3 Kennedy Rd.. Greenville 42345. 338-5711. 

338-4592 
Jones. Robert, 1312 Kirkwood. Murray 42071. 753-7504. 

924-5602 
Kazunas, Gerald. 2025 Lauderdale Rd.. Louisville 40205. 

454-5462. 426-2000 
Keatlev. James. Rt. 3. Box 110, Delbarton 25670. 304-426-6173 
Keene. Johnny, R.R. 1, Box 133B. Sebastian Rd.. Jackson 

41370, 295-2670 
Kelley. Larry. 114 Main, Owenton 40359. 484-2492 
Kendall, David, Route 4. Murphy Rd., Bowling Green 

42101, 843-1885 
Kerr, Richard. Box 25. Glendale 42740, 854-5036. 769-5537 
King, Raymond, 216 Blossom Ln., Southgate 41071. 441-5309. 

635-2173 
Kirk, Charles. P.O. Box 543, Cumberland 40823. 675-3311. 

589-2086 
Kistner. Gary, 6405 Birch Line Blvd.. Louisville 40291. 

239-8642. 426-2000 
Kistner. Garv. Palmer Hall. Box 233 E.K.U.. Richmond 

40475 
Klausing. Don. 1900 Dorothy Ave.. Louisville 40205. 451- 

4396 451-4304 
Kleitz. Robert, 9407 Donerail Way. Valley Station 40272, 

935-2742, 895-6313 
Kloufetos, Louis. 2702 Pioneer Rd.. Louisville 40216. 448- 

9627 937-5972 
Klump. ' William R.. 1415 Goddard Ave.. Louisville 40204. 

451-0236. 587-7371 
Kristof, David. 5598 Clearidge Ln.. Cincinnati. OH 45239. 

385-2930, 721-7778 
Lamar, Huston, Box 116, Cloverport 40111. 788-6045, 527-4349 
Lamastus, Randall. Route 1, Rockfield 42274. 842-1302, 

782-1555 
Lane, Diana. 515 Garden Springs Dr.. Mt. Sterling 40353, 

498-0035, 674-6522 
Lane. Leon, 1424 Berrv Blvd.. Louisville 40215. 366-5157, 

426-2000 
Lashlev, Daniel, 917 Montavesta Cir.. Lexington 40502. 

266-3869 
Lasky, Barbara. 8010 Mary Sue Dr.. Louisville 40291. 

239-6613 
Layne. Bert. Box 96. Eastern 41622. 358-3111, 358-9543 
Leber, Jerry. Route 7, Clays Ferry. Richmond 40475, 

623-7624. 622-2236 
Ledford, Tom. 2702 Wren Rd.. Ft. Campbell 42223. 431-4482 
Lee. Charles. P.O. Box 57. Williamsburg 40769. 549-3766. 

528-5851 
Lee. William. Box 116. Wallins Creek 40873. 664-2127. 

573-5027 
Lehkamo. Kenneth. 106 Ohio Ave.. Ft. Thomas 41075. 

441-1475. 781-3333 
Leland. Lonnie. 1857A. Chatsworth Cir.. Lexington 40505, 

299-5300 299-4317 
Letcher. Ronnie. R.R. 2. Carlisle 40311. 289-5573. 289-2208 
Lewis. Cecil Jr.. Box 219. Smilax 41764. 279-4444. 675-3061 
Lewis. Joseph, 1245 Summitt Dr.. Lexington 40502. 266- 

7246. 748-3445 
Lewis. Milton, 429 Forest Ave., Mavsville 41056, 564-4465, 

564-4462 
Livers. Joseph Jr.. Rt. National Cemetery Rd.. Lebanon 

40033. 692-6224. 692-6086 



Logan. Michael, Gen. Del. South Shore 41175, 932-3310 
Logsdon. Michael. 299 Logsdon Pkwy. Radcliff 40160. 351- 

3754 
Long, Scottie, 2425 N. Park Dr., Henderson 42420, 826-5419 
Loperfido, Richard, 209 W. Main St., Greenup 41144. 473- 

6591 325-7755 
Luttrell,' Daisy. Rt. 1, Box 326. Dunnville 42528, 787-7458, 

787-6761 
Lyons. David. Box 280. Hardinsburg 40143, 756-5177, 756-2164 
Lyons, Ronald, 3000 Winterhaven Rd.. Louisville 40220, 491- 

2391. 491-3335 
McAlister. Caswell. 210A St.. Price Rd.. Lexington 40505, 

254-2173. 255-3612 
McAsliter, James, Riceville, Morehead 40351. 784-8074 
McCarthy. Steve. 170 Poplar Ridge Rd.. Alexandria 41001, 

635-9038. 581-4422 
McCowan, Connell, Rt. 1, Box 253. Corbin 40701. 528-4932 
McFarland. Donnie. South 9th St., Williamsburg 40769, 

549-0146, 549-1915 
McCormick, Rov. Box 303. Aberdeen. OH 45101. 795-2441, 

795-2591 
McGavic. Ronald. 2500 Martin Ave.. Louisville 40216, 447- 

2170. 367-3490 
McGinty* L. V. Jr., 3927 Primrose, Paducah 42001, 442- 

8080. 442-8050 
McKenzie. Jim. 3234 Ridgewav Dr., Ashland 41101, 324- 

7905. 325-1414 
McLean. Gordon. Rt. 2, Box 25. Whitesburg 41858. 633- 

5661, 633-7579, 
McMichael. Pamela. Oneida Baptist Institute, Oneida 

40972. 847-3651, 847-2202 
McMillin, Larrv. Route 3, Box 71, Crestwood 40014. 241- 

8998. 222-9461 
McPherson, Lannv. 884 Armstrong. Russellville 42276, 

726-6759 
Maines, George, 116 Greenbriar Rd., Lexington 40503. 278- 

1984. 254-1112 
Martin. Joe, 903 Fourth St., Corbin 40701. 528-3463 
Mattingly, Lennie. 223 Grundv Ave.. Springfield 40069. 

336-7608, 336-7608 
Mauney, Bill, 120 Brookhaven Dr.. Somerset 42501. 679- 

2977, 678-4721 
Maxwell. Michael. Rt. 2 Box 230. Russellville 42276. 542-4343 
Maynard. Richard. Rt. 6. Box 563 W.. Pikeville 41501. 

437-7590. 432-3380 
Meadors. William, 784 Covington Ave.. Bowling Green 

42101. 842-4141, 745-4437 
Melton. Robert. 1406 Young St., Henderson 42420. 826-1136, 

827-1515 
Menser. Scott, 317 Keigan St.. Dawson Springs 42408, 797- 

8254 
Meuth, Richard. Box 163, Smith Mills 42457. 533-6945. 

827-1801 
Meyer, Ray, 3142 Rosina Ave., Covington 41015, 261-3272. 

342-7522 
Milbern, Daniel. 1049 Patricia Ln.. Lexington 40511. 255- 

5438 232-2901 
Mills, D. K.. 563 Oaklawn Dr., Paducah 42001. 554-1439. 

443-5318 
Miniard, Lonnie, 4400 Kranet Way, Louisville 40218, 

452-6657 
Mitchell. Doug. 960 Leawood Sq.. Frankfort 40601. 875- 

4217. 227-7341 
Mohr, Thomas, 34 Sunset Dr.. Alexanlria 41011. 635-5385. 

635-2191 
Molands. Lawrence. General Deliverv. Clavhole 41317, 

666-8863 
Mollov, George. Route 8, Bowling Green 42101, 842-2006, 

781-3898 
Monks, Ronald. 3509 Dorset Rd.. Louisville 40214. 937-6222 
Montgomery. Chester. 901 South Elmer St., Henderson 

42420. 826-7845 
Moore. Dean, P.O. Box 296. Guthrie 42234. 483-2683, 483-2541 
Moore. Franklin, 5351 Whitmore Dr.. Cincinnati. OH 45238. 

922-8317. 961-8000 
Moore, James, R.R. 2 Box 92AA, Hardinsburg 40143 

788-3978. 756-2246 
Moore. Robert, 441 Forest Ave., Erlanger 41018, 342-6942, 

793-6610 
Moore. Ron. 312 East Third St.. Frankfort 40601. 227-7706. 

987-4545 
Morgan. Richard. Rt. 7 Box 78. London 40741, 864-9253, 

864-5114 
Morgan. Terry. Box 33, Ashcamo 41512. 639-6749. 754-4192 
Morris, Andrew. ?64 Avlesford PI.. Lexington 40508. 254- 

6232. 564-6716 
Morris. Larrv 4101 Sebree #1, Louisville 40218. 459-1549 
Morris. Rick. Box 374. Cumberland 40823. 589-5334. 848-5486 
Morrison. Dan. 500 Nutwood Ave.. Bowling Green 42101, 

843-9633 
Mudd. Dennise, 1109 Elm. West Point 40177. 922-4447. 

422-4931 
Mullins. William. 500 Laketower #11. Lexington 40502, 

266-3509. 255-3641 
Murdach Leslie. 965 Homestead Trl.. Henderson 42420. 

827-4133 
Murohv. Tom. P.O Box 171. Wayland 41666. 358-2831 
Murphv. Wanda. R.R. 6 Box Somerset 42501. 679-2798 

Napier. 'Charles. Gen. Del. Chavies 41727. 436-4t25. 436-4101 
Neelv. Jim. 333 Pimix Trail. Indian Hills, Somerset 42501. 

679-5616. 679-4347 
Newton Dennis. 9619 Lamborne Blvd. #2, Louisville 40272. 

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Noble, Gary. R.R. 2, Box 147. Booneville 41314, 593-6246, 

593-5088 
Noe. James, Shenandoah Sq. Apt. 8, Florence 41042. 525- 

7812, 283-3434. 
Noll, John, 22 Forest. Ft. Thomas 41075. 781-4169, 292-5825 
Noonan. Robert, P.O. Box 319, Barbourville 40906, 523-0901, 

546-4188 
Norment, William, 238 Cardinal Ln., Henderson 42420, 

827-9028, 827-5353 
Norwood. Thomas, 811 Henrv St., Franklin 42134, 586-3614, 

586-8242 
Nuckols, Mike. Route 1, Russellville 42276, 726-6820, 726-7266 
O'Brien, Bo, Rt. 9, Monroe Dr., Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-7604, 351-3167 
Ogden, Paul Jr., 1017 Oriole Ct., Louisville 40213, 635-6852. 

584-0115 
dinger, Anthony. 1129 Armstrong Mill Rd., Lexington 

40502. 272-7129. 269-3326 
Osborne. Ronnie, Box 242A. Baxter 40806. 573-7264. 573-1450 
Overbey, Jerry, Rt. 6, Box 248. Murray 42071. 436-2454, 

753-1250 
Overton, Frank Jr., Box 36, Four Mile 40939. 337-2026, 

337-9461 
Owens, Bruce. P.O. Box 197, Harlan 40831, 573-3419. 573-1661 
Owens, Greg. Rt. 6. Box 55. Russellville 42276. 726-6532 
Owens, Jerry. Chenoa 40925, 337-5784, 337-2244 
Owens. Ronnie, Rt. 6 Box 611. London 40741, 878-8688, 

864-4185 
Owsley Robert, 207 W. Sixth St., Lexington 40505, 255-5701 
Pace, Donald. 3087 Cleveland Rd.. Lexington 40511. 293- 

0181 299-1933 
Pack, Judv, R.R. 1, Brandenburg 40108. 422-3893 
Page. James N.. P.O. Box 434. Corbin 40701, 528-8263 
Palko, Edward, R.R. 1. Owenton Rd.. Frankfort 40601, 

223-8833, 873-4541 
Pandolfi. Thomas. 120 12th. Henderson 42420. 827-1005 
Parrent, Kenny. Box 389. Eddvville 42038, 388-7422, 388-2241 
Parrott. Sharon, Box 542. Pineville 40977. 337-6327, 664-2534 
Peacock. Mark. 262 Mcdlock Rd.. Lexington 40502, 272-6040 
Pearl, George Jr., 3112 Vogue Ave., Louisville 40220, 452-1288 
Pearson, William, 335 Berry Ave., Bellevue 41073. 491-1499, 

321-7094 
Pedigo. Albert. 317 E. Southside Ct.. Louisville 40214. 

368-1283, 459-5500 
Pelphrev, Joe. Box 252. Prestonsburg 41668, 886-6265, 

886-2475 
Pelphrev. Paul. Box 601. Morehead 40351. 784-8197 
Pence. Jerry, 408 Weil Lane. Nicholasville 40356. 887-1465, 

277-6115 
Pendleton. Lonnie, Rural Route 1. Sharpsburg 40374, 

247-2639 
Penner. Daniel. 219 Churchill Park, Louisville 40220. 459- 

0134. 935-1345 
Perrv. Charles. 123 Graves Ave., Erlanger 41018, 727-4138, 

342-6696 
Perrv. Deborah, Box 75. Whitley City 42653. 376-2477. 

376-2847 
Perrv. Herman, Route 1. Bagdad 40003, 747-8882. 695-2100 
Perry. James. Rt 6 Box 90. Paducah 42001. 554-2945. 444-7251 
Perrv. Robert 2020 Summerhaves Ct.. Lexington 40503, 

277-5600. 254-2756 
Peters. Fred, 542 Parkside, Lexington 40505, 299-6311. 

254-7731 
Peterson. Maggie, 3100 Flair Knoll Dr., Louisville 40216. 

448-0812 
Peyton, William. Route 1. Sulphur 40070, 743-5449 
Phelps, Jimmy, 105 Ross Ave., London 40741, 864-2314, 

864-2176 
Phelns, Johnny. 201 W. Dixie St.. London 40741, 864-9892. 

878-6300 
Phelps. Ray. P.O. Box 451. Russell 41169, 836-6646, 739-4183 
Phillinpi. Jack, 3917 Feather Ln., Elsmere 41018, 342-7162, 

331-0080 
Phillips. Coeburn. R.R. 1. Box 251. Hazard 41701, 436-6879 
Phillips. Harold. 210 Gav St., Glasgow 42141. 651-9641, 

651-5196 
Phillips, Samuel, Rt. 1 Box 289A. Cvnthiana 41031, 234- 

3007. 987-6320 
Pierce, Francis Jr.. 5717 A Brown Ave.. Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-4385, 624-8355 
Pigman. Robert, P.O. Box 391, Hindman 41822, 785-5541, 

785-5651 
Phipps, Ray Charles. Box 33. Hazel Green 41332. 662-6873 
Plummer. William. Rt. 1. Box 104H. Greenup 41144. 

473-6289 329-7857 
Poe. Thomas. Rt. 2. Calvert Citv 42029. 527-7595. 527-8671 
Pogue. Ivan. Rt. 4. Bowling Green 42101. 842-1156. 542-4139 
Polly. Rex. P.O. Box 1818. Mavkirg 41837, 633-9774, 633-2223 
Powell. Billy, Box 108. Elkhorn City 41522. 754-8702, 754-9098 
Prater. Otis Jr., 407 W. Jefferson, Berea 40403, 986-8729, 

256-4816 
Proffitt. Carlie. R.R. 4 Tomokinsville 42167. 434-2797 
Pruitt. Gregorv. Box 5578H. Hart Hall, MSU. Murray 42071. 

767-2337. 653-6438 
Purcell, Ken. 1308 Diuguid Rd.. Murray 42071. 753-8233. 

762-4459 
Rains. Everett. Rt. 4, Box 922, Williamsburg 40767. 549- 

0240. 549-0100 
Radiimas. Ed. 1644 Elliott Ave.. Ashland 41101, 324-1896. 

325-8586 
Radiunas. John. Rt. 4. Box V19, Crestwood 40014. 241-4751. 

732-5215 
Ramey. Gary. Route 1. Salt Lick 40371. 683-2821. 674-6325 



Ramsey, Charles. 502 .River St., Dawson Springs 42408, 

797-3101 
Ramsey, Mike, Ruute 2, Leitchfield 42754, 259-3744, 259-3355 
Rash, Lindell. P.O. Box 278, Mortons Gap 42440, 258-5136, 

258-5724 
Raybourne, Pat. 616 Cardiff Ln.. Lexington 40503, 277-1618 
Read, Ray, 1402'/, Frederica St., Owensboro 42301, 684-4323, 

684-5285 
Redle, Joel, 6003 Applegate Ln.. Louisville 40219, 969- 

7276, 452-4902 
Reed, Thomas, 113 Jones Ave.. Bardstown 40004, 348-5288, 

348-5913 
Reffitt, Thomas, R.R. 3. Owingsville 40360, 674-2822, 498-2660 
Revis, David. 309 Surmrit Dr., Campbellsville 42718, 465-2385 
Rich. Dennis, 715 Lai__ iore Dr.. Villa Hills 41011. 341-1818, 

371-8575 
Ringstaff. Roy. R.R. 2. Box 44D, Burna 42028, 988-3183 
Roaden, Lonnie, Box 638, Mt. Vernon 40456, 256-5209, 

256-2922 
Roberts, Eliza. 4925 Quail Ct., Louisville 40213, 964-3537, 

381-2872 
Roberts, Teri. 8505 Claudia Dr., Louisville 40219, 966-4611, 

267-5436 
Robinson. Grant. 554 Mt. Tabor Rd.. Lexington 40502, 269- 

2212, 266-3281 
Robinson, Larry, Rt. 40. Davis Branch. Paintsville 41240, 

789-4840 
Robinson. Marv. 1100 Williams St.. Flatwoods 41139. 836- 

4330, 836-8153 
Robinson, Tonv. 101 E. Green St.. Princeton 42445. 365- 

2105, 797-3771 
Roesel, Joseph, 945 Collins Rd., Villa Hills 41011, 331-1880, 

292-4242 
Roger, Rufus, HQs 3d Armd, DIV ARTY APO NY 09165 
Roof. David, Rt. 10, Box 69, Paducah 42001, 554-3111 
Rowe, Robert Jr.. 67 Bellefonte Rd., Raceland 41169, 

836-3441 
Runyon, Tommy. Box 181. Belfrev 41514. 353-4935, 353-7239 
Russell, Clem. 1734 Deer Park Ave., Louisville 40205, 

451-4171, 367-6411 

Sammons. C. J.. Red Jacket, W. VA. 25692, 426-4171, 

235-2122 
Sanders. John. R.R. 5. Madison,, Ind. 47250, 866-4625, 889-2120 
Sapp. Ema Jr.. Box 332 Sycamore, Leitchfield 42754, 259-3237 
Sargent. Danny, R.R. 3. Box 229B, Berea 40403, 986-8628, 

986-3941 
Schutte, Bruce. 2646 Kings Hwv., Louisville 40205, 459- 

4179. 581-3236 
Scott. Elliott, 926 N. Tolliver. Box 972, Morehead 40351, 

784-4793 
Scott, Travis. Route 1, Columbia 42728. 384-4811 
Sears. Wilson. 1406 Sherwood Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 

843-2268, 842-1674 
Seavers, Joe. 2517 Ann St.. Villa Hills 41016, 341-0213, 

291-8925 
Sellier, Edward Jr.. 520 Cricklewood Dr.. Lexington 40505, 

299-8042, 299-4027 
Selvy, Curt, Corbin 40701, 528-4677 
Shake, Kenneth, 8321 Cedar Creek Rd., Louisville 40291, 

239-0613 
Shanks. Stephen. 2517 Auburn Ave., Ashland 41101, 324- 

6403. 329-3333 
Shearer, Bob, 500 Cleveland St., Elizabethtown 42701, 

737-3586, 769-3381 
Shepherd. Larry. 4133 Flintlock Dr., Louisville 40216, 447- 

9412 459-0515 
Shields.' Donald, 555 Coachlight Dr.. Ft. Mitchell 41017, 

331-8887, 791-1680 
Shuck, Thomas. 2073 Williamsburg Rd.. Lexington 40504, 

277-8770, 252-4486 
Sigler. Sue. ?917 Michigan Dr.. Louisville 40212, 772-0702, 

897-1811 
Simpson. Deanna. P.O. Box 424. South Shore 41175. 932- 

3613. 354-3261 
Simpson. James, Box 424, South Shore 41175, 932-3613, 

932-3131 
Simpson, Randy. York Rd.. Walton 41094, 356-2087. 342-6400 
Sims. Frank. 5400 Billtown Rd., Jeffersontown 40299. 239- 

7366, 634-1511 
Sims. Rov. Rt. 1. Ledbetter 42058. 898-7403. 443-6210 
Sizemore. Austin. P.O. Box 36, Oneida 40972. 847-3121, 

847-2202 
Skaegs, Bobby, 619 Old State Rd., Brandenburg 40108, 

422-2492 
Skaggs. Robert. P.O. Box 372. Leitchfield 42754, 259-3438. 

259-4144 
Skees. James, 333A, Maryland Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 

842-5140 
Smallwood. Talmadge. R.R. 2. Stanton 40380, 663-2096. 

663-2544 
Smilev, James, Uluah 41856. 633-4366 
Smith. Benny, Rt. 3. Box 5. Manchester 40962. 598-6954, 

598-5210 
Smith. Charles, 1315 Powhatan Tr. #5. Frankfort 40601, 

695-5189 
Smith. James. 211 S. First. Bardstown 40004. 348-5402, 

348-3943 
Smith. Mike, Box 331. McKee 40447. 287-7358 
Smith. Rod. 922 Belvoir Dr.. Frankfort 40601. 223-2119. 

564-4628 
Smith. Ronald. 1626 Catalpa. Louisville 40211, 772-9647, 

637-3045 
Smith Timmv, R.R. 2. Box 27. Leburn 41831, 785-3346, 

785-3759 



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Smith. Virginia, Rt. Box 233A, Baxter 40806, 573-2488 
Smith, Wayne, 528 Jackson St., Campbellsville 42718, 

465-5268, 465-7368 
Smith, Williard, P.O. Box 23, Campbellsville 42718, 465- 

5339 384-4771 
Smith, William, 4122 St. John's Terrace, Cincinnati. OH 

45236, 791-3082, 745-3504 
Smoot, Kenneth. Mockingbird Ln.. Carlisle 40311, 289-7338, 

289-2251 
Snider, Herbert. 203 Dogwood Ln., Somerset 42501, 679- 

4824. 679-4436 
Sorrell, Thomas. 417 Rosemont, Covington 41011, 291-5007 
Sowder, Bill, Rt. 1, Box 306, Mt. Vernon 40456, 256-2282, 

256-5141 
Spainhoward, Steve, 511 Westside Ave., Earlington 42410, 

383-5582 
Sparks. Danny, Gen. Del., Olive Hill 41164, 286-4076 
Sparrow, John. 172 Castle Heights, Harrodsburg 40330, 

734-7913 254-2334 
Spears. Ronnie, P.O. Box 18, Feds Creek 41524, 835-2605, 

835-4526 
Spencer, Irv, Rt. 1. Brandenburg 40108, 422-3294. 422-4931 
Spicer. David, 127 Morehead St.. Central City 42330. 754-1379 
Spoonamore. Jim, Route 2. Oakwood Estates, Stanford 

40484. 265-2348 232-3105 
Stacv. Donnie. Hwy. 15 N.. Bonnyman 41719, 436-6209. 

439-1519 
Stagnolia. Eueene. 308 New York Rd., Cumberland 40823. 

589-2344. 589-4625 
Stark, Allan. R.R. 2. Bedford 40006. 255-7311. 347-9981 
Stark. Douglas, R.R. 51. Bedford 40006, 255-3336, 265-4722 
Stephenson, Joe, 409 W. 6th St., Jeffersonville, Ind. 47130, 

282-3335, 367-3365 
Stephenson, Harrv. 1612 Hawthorne Ln.. Lexington 40505, 

299-1757 233-8221 
Stevenson. M. G., Cresent Dr.. Russellville 42276, 736-9453, 

726.-9531 
Stevenson. Marcus. Rt. 1, Elmwood Dr., Mt. Sterling 40353, 

498-3740. 498-2660 
Stewart, Sandra. Rt. 3. Box 52, Gravson 41143. 474-5546 
Stewart. William, College Box 491. Campbellsville 42718, 

789-1449 
Stikeleather, Clvde. 730 School St.. Leitchfield 42754. 

259-3885. 259-3161 
<=tober. Martha. 10123 HeaW Till. Louisville 40223 
Stokes. Tommy, Box 264, Sacramento 42372, 736-2956, 

338-0521 
Stcne. Kenneth 17 trolidqv Ct Henderson 42420, S^-g^ 
<5tone. Mvra, n nx 924. Clav Citv 40312. 663-2924. 66 , '-4504 
Storv John. 5*9 Sandalwood Dr., Lexington 40505. 299- 

8922, 272-4511 
Stovall. Cathy, 2136 Glenworth Ave., Louisville 40218, 

451-6781 
Stovall, Gary. Box 7699 Murrav St., Murray 42071. 767-6250 
Stovall. Thomas. 215 Mellwood Dr., Greenville 42345, 338- 

5828. 338-1317 
Strain. Richard. P.O. Box 472. Radcliff 40160. 351-4306. 

624-2214 
Straus. William 121 Todds Rd. #47, Lexington 40509. 269- 

4787. 253-1465 
Strong. Charles Jr., 5417 Danny Boy Ln.. Louisville 40214, 

366-1060 
Sullivan. Dan, 132 Donnelly Dr., Ft. Thomas 41075, 781-0897. 

491-1125 
Summers. Scott. Dawson Village #F5, Dawson Springs 

42408. 797-8624 
Swope, Thomas, 645 S. O'Fallon Ave., Bellevue 41073, 

291-0323 
Szyper, Richard. 9210 Waltlec Rd.. Louisville 40291. 239- 

7127, 361-2605 

Tabb, Shirley, Route 1. Sharon Grove 42280, 277-9925 

Tackett. Gene, Melvin 41650, 452-4184 

Tarry, W. R. Bud. Route 5. Glasgow 42141, 678-2539, 

427-2611 
Tate, Harold, R.R. 7, Box 193, Ashland 41101, 928-9450, 

324-3840 
Taylor, Bill, 604 Cross Keys Apts. Crestwood 40014, 241- 

9201, 222-9461 
Taylor, ' Carl. 3010 Belhaven Dr.. Russell 41169, 836-5101, 

325-7703 
Taylor, Donald. 1594 Belmar Dr., Louisville 40213, 454- 

0979, 637-6511 
Taylor, Terrell. 672 Rand Rd., Owensboro 42301, 926-9763, 

683-4616 
Tesson, Michael. 87 Westland Dr.. Burlington 41005, 586- 

5965, 342-6400 
Thomas, Billv. 1719 Tempest Way, Louisville 40216, 935- 

4898, 367-3461 
Thomas, Ben. 151 Todds Rd., Apt. 480, Lexington 40509, 

266-1760, 266-0433 
Thomas, Bobby, Pinetop 41843, 642-3988, 258-8566 
Thomas. John. 206 E. Main. Springfield 40069, 692-4018, 

336-7367 
Thomas. Mike. Ill Patterson Ct., Campbellsville 42718, 

465-7577 
Thomas. Ross. Rt. 3. Box 73. McKee 40447. 364-5030 
Thompson, Allen. Rt. 4, Bardwell 42023, 642-2455, 767-2332 
Thompson, Beth, 9809 Encino Ct.. Louisville 40223. 425- 

1368. 584-6145 
Thompson. David. Gen. Del., Clav 42404, 644-6372. 664-2429 
Thompson, Gary, Route 1, Mt. Sterling 40353. 358-2632, 

232-2763 
Thompson. Robert. City 4 Box 50, Pikeville 41501. 432- 

5224, 432-2449 



Thompson, Ronnie, Box 135, Raccoon 41557, 432-1942, 

437-6361 
Thompson, Tom, 97 Carran Dr.. Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Thomson, Cecil. 3310 Lewis Ln., Owensboro 42301. 684-4962 
Thornsberry, Gary. Route 4, Lawrenceburg 40342. 839- 

6434. 839-6100 
Tindall, Clifford, 721 MacDonald Rd.. Fairdale 40118, 

361-2953 
Trapp, Charles. 34 Trapp Ct.. Alexandria 41001, 635-9250, 

341-2700 
Triplett. Scott, 1307 Joni Dr., Louisville 40216, 361-5728, 

842-9096 
Troxall, Keith. 205 N. Franklin, Glasgow 42141, 651-3770, 

651-5011 
Turner, Keenan. Box 188. McKee 40447, 287-8144 
Turner. Michael. Quicksand 41363, 666-7897, 666-7775 
Tuttle. John, Rt. 6. Box 109, Ashland 41101, 928-5279. 325- 

4706 
Tuttle. Walter. E III. 1053 Patricia Ln., Lexington 40511, 

255-6960. 254-3321 
Urlage, Dick. 822 Highland Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075, 441- 

5513. 874-8820 
Vanover, J. W.. Jackhorn 41825. 855-7049, 633-2168 
Vanover, Tommy, Box 241, Neon 41840. 855-7507 
Vanover, Wiley, Jackhorn 41825, 855-4620 
Vaught. Marvin, Route 4, Box 472, Somerset 42501, 274- 

4465, 678-5101 
Vincent, Gary, Route 1. Mayfield 42066, 247-3198, 247-5211 
Vinson, Rav. 610 Osage, Campbellsville 42718, 789-1621, 

465-7163 
Violette, Ron. 1733 Cold Harbor, Lexington 40504, 277-0517, 

258-2898 
Vories. Gary. 10 Goetz Dr., Cold Spring 41076, 441-0540, 

474-3000, ext. 276 
Vories, Dick, 39 E Kimberly. Ft. Thomas 41075, 781-1391, 

771-6040 
Vories. Kent, 110 Park Ave., Newport 41071, 291-0617, 

474-3000 
Wages, Robert, 779 Crimson Dr.. Worthington 41183. 836- 

4862, 325-8955 
Wagner, Marvin, Box 2083. Pikeville 41501, 437-7805, 432-3380 
Walker, Joe, 508 E. Cedar St., Franklin 42134, 586-8457, 

586-3331 
Wallace, John. 123 Woodland Dr.. Somerset 42501, 679-2766. 

636-6421 
Wallenfelsz, David. 2214 Espy Ln.. Flatwoods 41139. 836- 

5422. 836-8112 
Walls. George. 709 Hopkins St.. Albany 42602, 387-5535, 

387-9918 
Walton, Rav, 616 Galaxie, Lexington 40502. 272-1513 
Ward. Ben, 225 Apache Tr., Somerset 42501, 679-5066. 

678-8168 
Ward. James 4705 Hanev Wav, Louisville 40272. 937-3977 
Ward. Nan. Box 185. Salt Lick 40371 683-5291. 683-3341 
Warfield, Jerry. Ft. 2. Leitchfield 42754. 259-4542. 259-3235 
Warford. John. 766 Janet St., Versailles 40383, 873-8950, 

232-2482 
Wasson, Billv. 121 Southern Ct., Winchester 40391, 744- 

2498. 744-6412 
Watkins, Jesse. Hardinsburg 40143. 756-2216. 927-6961 
Watson. Neil, Box 64. Garrett 41630, 358-9598 
Webb. William. 222 Morningside Dr., Hopkinsville 42240. 

886-9548 
Webster, Norman, Rt. 2 Cedar Dale Dr., Morgantown 

42261, 526-3997, 526-3342 
Weihe. Robert. 1897 Princeton Dr.. Louisville 40205. 459- 

6397. 776-4651 
Weinel. Timothy. 24 Scott Dr., Florence 41042, 283-2375, 

241-4554 
Welch, Eddie, 618 Winslow St., Carrollton 41008, 732-4346 
Wells. Glenn, 517 Edgar Ct., Erlanger 41018, 727-2481, 

292-5340 
Wells, Huston, 15 Ashmore Dr.. Frankfort 40601, 227-7435, 

564-4684 
Wells, Lewis. B-3 Mt. Victor Apt., Bowling Green 42101. 

843-2197, 842-0186 
Wever. James. 42 Scenic View Dr., Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-2220, 341-5800 
Wheeler. Donald. 402 McGuire St.. Ferguson 42533. 679-2903 
Wheeler. Lou. 2901 Noe Ct.. 4. Louisville 40220, 458-7883, 

584-6193 
Whicker. Alan, Box 326. Martin 41649. 285-9423. 377-2411 
Whitaker. Charles. Star Route 1, Box 122. Jackson 41339. 

666-2101. 666-7581 
Whitaker, Fess. Box 48 Dupree Hall, EKU. Richmond 40475, 

625-4681 
White, William, Rt. 5. Box 483, Manchester 40962, 598- 

6382 598-2194 
Whitley] James. 334 N. Miami St., Trenton, OH 45067, 

988-6740, 771-8200 
Whitley, Sharon, 2409 Westwood, Louisville 40220. 459- 

8807. 589-3790, ext. 388 
Whitt, Mike. Box 37. North Matewan W. Va. 25688, 426-8010 
Whobrev, Larry, Route 3. Leitchfield 42754, 897-8887 
Wickley. Edward. 5313 Rangeland #3. Louisville 40219, 

968-3226. 426-2000 
Wilcox, Mark, 28 Burdsall. Ft. Mitchell 41017, 341-5336 
Wilev, Michael, Robin Hill Rd., Paintsville 41240, 789-1480, 

789-4001 
Williams. Gary, 28 Circle Dr.. Shelbyville 40065, 633-6029, 

426-6020 
Williams. Roger, 404 Bond St.. Richmond 40475, 623-3126, 

623-2416 
Wilson. Jim, Towering Hills, Nancy 42544, 636-6512, 679-1574 



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Wilson, William. Somerset 42501, 679-1290, 679-2831 
Wilferd, Shirley. Rt. 8, Box 15. Murray 42071, 753-3043. 

753-3263 
Williams. Becky. 6508 Southside Dr., Louisville 40214, 

367-6686 
Williams, Donald, Rt. 4, Shelbyville 40065. 633-3846 
Williams, Gregory. Apt. S-8 Seminary Village, Louisville 

40207, 895-2376, 897-4101 
Williams, James. 112 Green St.. Horse Cave 42749, 786- 

2867. 758-2214 
Williamson, Kenneth, 976 Highland Ave.. Jackson 41339, 

666-7709 
Wilson, Paul. Irvington 40146. 547-6655, 547-2971 
Wilson. Plomer Jr., Rt. 4 Box 432. Shelbyville 40065, 633- 

5366, 447-2201 
Winfrey. Shelby. 315 Sharon Dr., Campbellsville 42718, 

465-8392. 465-5502 
Wingfield. Felix. 1132 Eastern Pkwy.. Louisville 40217, 

636-2282. 772-2531 
Wise. Gaila, 1525 Arling Ave.. Louisville 40215, 363-4503 
Wiser. DeAneelo, 708'/^ W. Columbia, Somerset 42501, 

679-5961, 679-4351 

Wolfe, Dennis, 1706 Woodburn, Covington 41014. 431-6425. 
852-3847 

Wolfe. Harvey, 332 West 17 St., Covington 41014, 431-6272, 
369-5287 

Wood, Gary. 227 E. Jackson St.. Georgetown 40324. 863- 
4569. 963-2393 

Woodring. Larry. R.R. 4, Box 152, Morganfield 42437. 389- 
3789 

Woodring, Marita, R.R. 4, Box 152. Morganfield 42437, 
389-3789 

Woosley. Donald, 3823 Miami, Louisville 40212, 776-2940 

Wooten, Danny. Route One. Box 263. Glasgow 42141. 678- 

5653. 651-0303 
Wright, A. D., Box 381, R.R. 4. Paducah 42001, 898-3505, 

443-7331 
Wright. Roy, Box 14. Salt Lick 40371. 683-2801. 784-4347 
Wyatt, Tony, Route 1, Brooksville 41004, 747-5457 
Yann. Gerald. 7710 Whitfield Dr.. Louisville 40218. 491-2443 
Yelton, Nicholas. 150 Grace Ct.. Apt. 4. Ft. Mitchell 41017, 

341-2851. 292-4270 

Yeast. Roy, R.R. 1. Perryville 40468, 332-7341, 236-7200 

Zachem. John, 1618 Meadowthorpe Ave.. Lexington 40505, 
259-0641. 564-6995 

Zimmerman. Sail, Rt. 2. Box 283, Middlesboro 40965, 
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BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS A STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPION 








(Left to Right) Front Row: D. McGaha, J. Sprague, K. Farrell, M. Goldhagen, 
M. McGurn, T. Harden. T. Pappas, J. Combs, J. Sprague, R. Chuke, J. Hurtt, 
M. Autri. Second Row: K. Wartman, M. Murray, T. Wilson, J. Caudill, S. Parr, 
D. Ridder, T. Stenger, C. James, J. Sutkamp, S. Moose, B. McGaha. Third Row: 
J. Veatch, K. Swope, B. Pelgen, B. Whalen, J. Scott, D. Tracy, K. Hart, P. Renchen, 
R. Robinson, P. Thorman, D. Durso, M. Mauser. Fourth Row: K. McGurn, R. 
Moore, A. Verkamp, R. Harris, T. Webb, L. Mendell, D. Fessler, D. West, S. 
Cruse, J. Henderson, J. Norman. 





Bellevue 6 — Dayton 
Bellevue 8 — Nicholas Counly 14 
Bellevue 35 — Carroll County 12 
Bellevue 27 — Covington Catholic 14 
Bellevue 43 — Madison 



Bellevue 43 — Cincinnati Country Day 12 
Bellevue 20 — Campbell County 
BeUevue 14 — Newport 
Bellevue 35 — Beechwood 
Bellevue 34 — Ludlow 6 
Bellevue 35 — Dayton 7 



Playoffs 
Bellevue 22 — Raceland 6 
Bellevue 34 — Pineville 12 
Bellevue 21 — Frankfort 



Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 

Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

DECEMBER 1977 





CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left io Right) Front Row: Rhonda Page. Denise Carter, Anne Trowbridge, Lori Wagemaker. Jenny Martin. Second 
Row: Vicky Rodgers, Tracy Burke, Beth Buechler, Valerie Dobiez, Carol Machey, Julie Tallant, Coach Earl Henderson. 



TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY BOYS' STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Bill Neff, Tim Bennett, Rick Miller. Phil Taylor. Second Row: Coach John Kahl, 
Greg Cline, John Neichter, Mike Wille, Dennis Connell, Coach Rich Rostel. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XL 



DECEMBER, 1977 



$1.00 Per Year 



Delegate Assembly Members 

Members of the Delegate Assembly at the 
forthcoming 1978 annual meeting of the Associa- 
tion were elected by the principals of K.H.S.A.A. 
member schools on ballots returned to the State 
Office before November 15. There were several 
ties in the voting for delegate and alternate. 
These ties were broken recently, with the dele- 
gates and alternates determined by lot. Article 
IV, Section 2-b, of the Constitution states in the 
last sentence "If the duly elected delegate or 
alternate does not answer the roll call at the 
annual meeting of the Delegate Assembly, the 
district shall remain not represented." The names 
of the district representatives are as follows: 

DELEGATES 

(1) Barkley Jones, (2) Sister Mary Lee Knopf, 
(3) Donald E. Spicer, (4) Bobby G. Miller, (5) 
Kenneth T. Hardin, (6) Howard R. Crittenden, (7) 
Philip D. Back, (8) Andrew Renick, (9) Frank A. 
List, (10) Charles Eades, (11) Dean Hobbs, (12) 
Cecil Goff, (13) Howard Gorrell, (14) Ken Metcalf, 
(15) James Coomer, (16) John McCarley. (17) 
Dwayne Ellis, (18) David Stephens, (19) Albert T. 
Johnson, (20) David Fryrear, (21) John Whiting, 

(22) Oliver S. Williams, (23) John S. Pittenger, 
(24) James R. Burch, (25) Paul Young, (26) Rev. 
Thomas Uuerr, (27) John V. Reschar, Sr., (28) 
Patrick L. Crawford, (29) George E. Valentine, 
(30) Sam Chandler, (31) Paul Watts, (32) Carl 
W. Webster, (33) Owen Hauck, (34) Fred Breyer, 
(35) George Frakes, (36) Chester Turner, (37) 
Cobbie Lee, (38) R. W. Ellington, (39) Mike Fore- 
man, (40) Claude Sallee, Jr., (41) Ken Tippett, 
(42) Zeb Blankenship, (43) Dwight Price, (44) 
Tommy Martin, (45) Johnnie Ray Laswell, (46) 
Mike Chandler, (47) George Owen Horton, (48) 
Holbert Hodges, (49) Rick Hackney, (50) Calvin 
Vaughn, (51) James A. Pursifull, (52) Tom Ward, 
(53) J. M. Burkich. (54) James Winston Fields, 
(55) J. B. Goff, (56) Bill Orme, (57) Robert L. 
Prichard, (58) William Newsome, Jr., (59) Morris 
Justice, (60), James V. Powell, (61) Richard Ratliff, 
(62) Bert Greene, (63) Dolores Redwine, (64) 
Allan Osborne. 

ALTERNATES 

(1) Burley R. Mathis, (2) Mrs. Nancy Reed, 
(3) James Baker, (4) Roy Weatherly, (5) Don Ring- 
staff, (6) Richard Vincent. (7) Norman Manasco. 
(8) Harold Ross, (9) W. P. Wheeler, (10) Perry Hill, 
(11) Danny D. Brown, (12) Ray Burden, (13) 
Wayne Mullen, (14) Frank Cardwell, (15) Gary 
Shelton, (16) Perry C. Hay, (17) Bill Reynolds, 
(18) Eddie Claycomb, (19) Jude Talbott, (20) Jack 
Keeney, (21) Charles Weathers, (22) John Brown, 

(23) Charles Summers, (24) Stanley Whitaker, 
(25) Earl Driskell. (26) Rev. Harry jansing, (27) 
William Craigmyle, (28) Howard Andrews, (29) 
Tom Willis, (30) Gene Harper, (31) J. T. Peniston, 
(32) George W. Baker, (33) Carlton Anderson, (34) 
Rev. Edwin B. Heile, (35) John McDermott, (36) 
Bob Miller, (37) Ed Lowdenback, (38) David Ham- 
ilton, (39) Fairce Woods, (40) Harry Dinsmore 
(41) Rev. Robert Nieberding, (42) James E. Gash. 
(43) Jock Sutherland, (44) Shirley Kearns, (45) 
Marshall Norton, (46) Jack Portwood, (47) Eldon 
E. Davidson, (48) John Wallace, (49) William D. 
Riddle, (50) Clayton Taylor, (51) Bill Adams, (52) 



John Howard, (53) Arthur Jackson, (54) Dacker 
Combs, (55) William A. Toler, (56) Clinton Gay, 
(57) Randy Keeton, (58) Denzil Halbert, (59) Larry 
Burke, (60) Frank Welch, (61) Terrv Young, (62) 
Jack Fultz, (63) Charles Mullins, (64) Glenn Ried- 
el. 



Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
Executive Meeting 



August 14, 1977 



Louisville, Kentucky 



President Bob Miller of the Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association issued an emergency 
meeting of the Executive Committee to discuss 
the future of the All-Star football and basketball 
games, sponsored by the Association. 

Members present were: Bob Miller, Campbell 
County; Al Prewitt, Henry Clay; Mike Stewart, 
St. Xavier; and Joe Ohr, Irvine. The executive 
committee met with Bob Hitch, Assistant Coach 
of the University of Louisville; Head Football 
Coach Vince Gibson, U of L; Jefferson County 
Judge Todd Hollenbach; Paul Young, Athletic 
Director St. Xavier High School; George Kok, 
Athletic Director of Pleasure Ridge Park High 
School, and Pat Dale, retiring president of the 
K.H.S.C.A., Montgomery County. 

After a tour of the new facilities of the Uni- 
versity of Louisville football team and an in- 
formal meeting of the above persons in discussing 
the pros and cons of the All-Star games. The execu- 
tive meeting was called to order at 2:20 P.M. 

On motion by Al Prewitt and a second by Pat 
Dale it was voted unanimously to move the All- 
Star football and basketball games to Louisville 
in 1978. The basketball game is scheduled for 
June 9 and the football game for June 10. The 
June dates coincide with the Athletic Directors- 
Coaches Convention scheduled in Louisville for 
June 8. 9, 10 and 11. 

The Executive Committee accepted the resig- 
nation of Estill Branham, veteran coach and games 
coordinator for more than twenty years. 

Pat Dale moved and Mike Stewart seconds 
the nomination of Paul Young as a successor to 
Mr. Branham in directing the All-Star games. 
Paul Young was elected by the affirmative vote 
of all members present. He was elected to a two- 
year term with the salary of $1,000 a year. 

In a discussion concerning the financial status 
of the All-Star games, it was decided that no passes 
be accepted lo future games. The above was 
initiated by motion of Mike Stewart, St. Xavier 
football coach and seconded by Al Prewitt, Henry 
Clay basketball coach. All voted aye. 

Meeting adjourned at 3:45 P.M. 



1977 Certified Wrestling Officials 

Cline, Jack D. Warren, Lawrence 

Lineberry, Mark D. Weenolsen, Robert Q. 

1977 Approved Wrestling Officials 

Buchanan, John Moyer, Charles 

Edmonds, W. Dwight Salyer.s, Don 



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DECEMBER, 1977 V OL. XL-No. 5 Supplementary List of 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the ^ „•„.„_„ i tj „i .l i l r\CC • 1 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association Registered basketball Officials 
Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 (List Compiled November 30) 

Second class postage paid at Lexington Kentucky I£ the , eIephone number is given for an ffi cia i, it is 

Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage Provided Ihe home phone number unless otherwise designated. 

%Wl f9T8 llO p n ubVic 3 atio A n Cl No O£ 2?3 C t 8 O ber *' ^ ^^^ &£," nUmbe " ™ ■*""■ ^ «« ™ mb « * '"e^home 

S2£E^rESi5rZ=====r/^Z-J==-JMyM^ Ad ^I:7& m -8&5 2 ' EdgeWOOd Est • Harrodsburg 40330. 

Assistant Editor _ ._ DIANNE H. CAINTES Adams, Richard, Rt. 3, Box 210, Whitesburg 41858. 633- 

Assislant Editor LOUIS STOUT 2311, 855-7317 

Assistant Editor „_.___- BILLY V. WISE Adkins,' Dorse Gene, Box 138. Regina 41559. 432-2394. 

Lexington, Kentucky 432-3380 

BOARD OF CONTROL Adkins. Jerry, Poplar St., Harlan 40831, 573-2314, 573-5733 

_ „, ,,„,. ,„,„, „,,,„,:„ Alexander. Don, R.R. 1, Box 300, Wilmore 40390. 858-3048, 

President Ray Story (1974-1978) Radcliff *>52-2224 

Vice-Pres. ... Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington Au Jeff Rt , Box 232 vjne G 40175 828 . 366g , 

Directors __ Denval Barriger (1975-1979), Bowling Green; 7^8-3673 

?, e o^c B i??, ke ^ ip . 'J, 977 " 1981 )' N L ch: ?i I as ^i lle; Jac ! c ,o B c U ^ooS! 1 Amburgey. Sam. Frenchburg 40322, 768-3458. 232-7039 

(1976-1980), Whitesburg; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980) Apple gate. Anthony. Box 191. Tollesboro 41189. 798-5391, 

Louisville; Glendor , Raveriscrafl (1976-1979), Alexandria 783-4325 (school number) 

SS?J g , e „o, Sau | r , 1974 -'; } 57B k T'°4? I ? vl i 1 , e '' „f?e"?SIm SlVJ Arnold, Russell. 301 S. Water. Henderson 42420. 827-3053 

(1977-1981) Hopkinsyille; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), Paints- AtwelI Darryl. Rt. 4. Campbellsville 42718, 465-2695. 

ville. Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education repre- 465-2877 

sentative. Atzinger, Phyllis, 5533 Arid Ln., Louisville 40258, 449-1258 

Subscription Rate S1.00 per year Azevedo, Vernon, 3191 Dewey Dr., Lexington 40502. 269- 

6403. 254-4475 

, ,,, , ,-, Bailes, Roger. 127 E. Woodlawn Ave., Louisville 40214, 

5£ /■/ V^ • , ■ , //WZ- 368-2278 

z^fiom Me IOemmt<i4te>/l,eA 4 HsVftce Baker. Eliiah. HQ BCT Coram. Gp., Fort Knox 40121, 

_ 624-7528, 624-8211 

Baker, William. 5640A Folger St.. Fort Knox 40121. 624- 

Attention, Principals and Superintendents! Bankfkfvmond. r.r. i, mui creek Rd.. carroiiton 41008, 

732-6877. 732-3284 

The forms to be used for ordering tickets to Bar ? a 2 JS? n> 3501 pimlico Pkwy. £9, Lexington 40502, 

the State Basketball Tournaments will be mailed Bates j immie , 7809 Mango Dr „ Louisville 40258. 937-8082. 

in December. Instead of trying to get the order 635-2673 

postmarked January 2, as indicated on the Mem- | auman - M' chae L, 10 ;? ^?^l er st - wild< ? r 41071 ' «i-7034 

orandum Calendar, you may send anytime Bax L e £ 7 ^ ert - 801 NOBTS - 3939 Gentlllv ' New ° rleans ' 

through January 6 without loss of priority. The Behymer, Richard. R.R. 2, Brooksville 41004. 735-3166. 

Board of Control has set up a seating rotation „. 948-91 1 1 

nlan tn hf> used from one vpar tn another for His- Blrd - Kath y. 616 Tul 'P Dr - Bowling Green 42101. 842-1506 

plan to De usea Iiom one year to anotnei lor ais Bissett. Don. 2518 Wallace Ave. #4, Louisville 40205, 

tributmg the tickets calling for seats in the arena. 454-3001 

Also, this will give you additional time to prepare Biter, Charles. 6602 Moorhave. Louisville 40228. 239-3580, 

thA nrHAi- 452-4676 

trie oraer. Blandford, Steven. 5011 Southside Dr.. Louisville 40214, 

266-9970 

Blanford. Margaret J.. 4110 Hurstborne, La., Louisville 

r> • * J W7 J- AW ' I 40291. 491-5268, 367-5281 

KeglStered Wrestling UlllCialS Blackwood, Thomas. 272 S. Point Dr., Lexington 40503, 

272-7794 583-8874 

of the K.H.S.A.A. 1977-78 Blevins, Boone, Staffordsville 41256. 297-4893 

Boisture. Rov. Rt. 2, Fredonia 42411, 545-3497. 545-3301 

(List Compiled November 30) B °y d ' Thomas, Box 103. Betsy Layne 41605. 478-9954. 

rar (0~yioO 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it Bramble, James, 480 Doncaster Ct.. Lexington 40505. 299- 

is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 5750, 278-9355 

If two numbers are given, the first number is the home Branham, George, 2708 Lorraine St., Ashland 41101, 325-3690 

phone. Bradley. Edward, 110 Church St., Burkeville 42717. 864- 

Aitk 6 e 74:6897 en 67 e 4- h 6416" ? °' BOX ^ ° WIn8sville 40360 ' Eranst'etter, Charles. 1711 Canton Dr., Bowling Green 42101. 

Bar 277'3183 r ' Vln ' 2285A Alexandria Dr " L ^ington 40504. Brew^Llo^ 2 Box 238. Combs 41729. 436-6672, 436-3155 

Bryant, Stephen D.. 203 Norris Dr.. Clarksville. Tn. 37040, Brid A%%- Sl'gfc, 2424 Anne Ave - Henderson 4242 °- 826 " 

fi47-*301Q 7Q8-411K 4Uoo, OOti-yzoZ 

Buc ^ an 7 4 JO L 741 Greenwood ' Harr °~s 4033 °- 734 - 1S& Ss^-^^SKS^K?- 32£ 'feSF" 

Butts Michael, 27 Trapp Ct.. Alexandria 41001. 635-2493 Br °±' 2fi4 C „ ar1 ' 4 ° 2 L ° CUSt Providence 4241 °- 667 - 5709 ' 

Clin «« f,« k - 122 R ° an Rd - Versallles 40601 ' 873 - 5045 ^ Brown. Allen, 617 Chuck Gray Ct. Apt. it5A. Owensboro 

DaD-4IDD 49*301 QPfi.in^R 

Da Tni-„ M « a ^', Q B ° X 381 Commonwealth Hall. Richmond Brown John. 975 Waverly Dr.. Lexington 40505. 

Davis * 'j'immil Rt. 2 Box 185, Cecilia 42724, 862-3702, Bun $ l _wi? m gj_$8 i ^ ^ *™ ^ L ° UlSVUle 4 ° 2 ° 2 - 

rj„™jl 92 ?ir n i»u i™ c:* „.t„ j n- r „„;„„*„ .„=„, Burket, Larry, 4015 Gloucester Rd.. Louisville 40207, 

Edmonds W. Dwient, 339 Stratford Dr.. Lexington 40503, 895-6844 

Fort 2? natn 81, T?nh 9 e"? 212 A inw <5= m „oi «1 T n„i«,,il= 40904 Burns. Barney. Burkesville 42717. 864-3163. 864-3167 

rort "" a t°i„ R ° b „ e rt A-- H32 Samuel St., Louisville 40204, Burroughs , M arsue. 1985 Cambridge Dr. #2, Lexington 

o^i-fiu-i. Do.s-z<iO( 4n=in4 9*?*3-niR7 *? c S4-'?7^7 

" 827 ay 5309 Ml 8l7-2 2 50°6 S '' PaMCk **" Henderson 42420 ' Bussei 1 Floyd? 406 lecond St.. Carlisle 40311. 289-2965, 

H ° r 782- < i89 a i:ie 745-3 5 6 4 96 CheStnUt St " BowlinS Green 42101 ' Bystrek^Thomas. Rt. 3B, Springfield 40069, 336-3008, 

HUb 4 b 7 a 30 !4 d 4?6 a 08 d °" 1726 Shir ' eV AV6 ' Clarksville ' Ind ' CamS. 9 Marcus. P.O. Box 934. Warsaw 41095. 567-2443, 

Lyn i432 d 35 a [-3 e i S 67 Rt ' "' B ° X 165 ' Elizabethtown 42701 - 737 " Camtoon.^John. 4 Congress Dr.. Morganfield 42437. 389- 

ROS 4',5 fi ' l4a4l3 8 ° 4 EVanS Dr " MiddIesboro 40965 ' 248 " Carpen 7 ter. 89 Wa 7 ter J. Jr. R.R. 3. Box 202. Owingsville 

tiou, ^*±o-ioOij 40*5(1(1 R74 9S74 4QR 1 01 "i 

Sheeran. Paul. 205 Cannons Ln.. Louisville 40206. 895-4973 carter. Michael. 603 Barger St.. Mavfield 42066. 247-8937, 

Walls, Mickey E. Young St. ir!5. Princeton 42445. 365-9871 247-3272 

Washington. Eugene, 1346 Village Dr.. Lexington 40504. Cates, Rickey. R.R. 5. Box 81. Morganfield 42437, 333-5525 

259-0356. 272-2411. Ext. 242 Cecil. Jimmie Ray, Box 193. Stanville 41659. 478-9182, 

Watkins. David. 5331 Brett Dr., Ft. Knox 40121. 624-1260, 478-9135 

624-5947 

(Continued on Page Eleven) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1977 



Page Three 



1977 Kentucky State High School Football Playoff Winners 
Finals — E.K.U. Stadium, Richmond, Ky. 



REGION I 

District 1 — *Ft. Campbell 


-20 


CLASS A 

Campbellsville 


- 6 


Frankfort - 






-26 




District 2 — Campbellsville 


Frankfort 


-21 






- 6 




REGION II 

District 1 — *Harrodsburg 


Belie vue -21 




District 2 — Frankfort 


-15 






Bellevue 


-34 






-22 


Bellevue 


REGION III 

District 1 — *Bellevue 


State Champion 
Class A 




- 6 


Nov 26 1977 


District 2 — Raceland 


Pineville 


-12 




REGION IV 


- 8 




District 1 — *Pineville 






District 2 — Paintsville 


- 6 











CLASS AA 



REGION I 

District 1 — *Mayfield 


-36 


*Mayfield 


-21 


Mayfield 


-14 






-13 




District 2 — Warren East 


Bardstown 


-14 






-34 




REGION II 

District 1 — *Bardstown 


Corbin 


-13 




District 2 — Henry Co. 


- 




* Corbin 


-27 


Mayfield 




-15 
-37 


REGION III 

District 1 — *Boyle Co. 


State Champion 

Class AA 

Nov 25 1977 


District 2 — Corbin 


Pikeville 


- 7 




REGION IV 


- 




District 1 — *Whitesburg 








District 2 — Pikeville 


-20 




1 







CLASS AAA 



REGION I 

District 1 -- * Webster Co. 


- 


*Franklin-Simp. 


- 7 


Shelby Co. - 






-42 




District 2 — Franklin-Simpson 


Shelby Co. 


-10 






-20 




REGION n 

District 1 — *Shelby Co. 


Highlands - 6 




District 2 — Danville 


-14 




•Highlands 


-13 


Highlands 




-34 


REGION III 

District 1 — 'Highlands 


State Champion 
Class AAA 




- 


Nov. 26, 1977 


District 2 — Jessamine Co. 


Russell 


- 7 




REGION IV 


- 6 




District 1 — *Cawood 






District 2 — Russell 


-33 











Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1977 



1977 Kentucky State High School Football Playoff Winners 
CLASS AAAA — JEFFERSON COUNTY 



District 1 — Bishop David 


-13 


*Bishop David 


-20 


*Bishop David 


-13 






- 7 




District 2 — Fairdale 


Southern 


-10 






-20 




District 1 — Doss 


Trinity 


-21 






-21 




District 2 — Southern 


*Ballard 


- 7 






-14 


Trinity -28 


District 3 — Manual 


Jefferson Co. 

Chamipon 
Class AAAA 




-17 


District 4 — Ballard 


Trinity 


-55 






- 7 




District 3 — Iroquois 










-34 




District 4 — Trinity 









CLASS AAAA — STATE 



Trinity 



Fairgrounds 

Stadium 

Louisville 

Class AAAA 

Chamipon 



REGION I 

District 1 — * Christian Co. 


- 7 


*Henderson Co. 


-35 


"Henderson Co. 






-31 




District 2 — Henderson Co. 


Franklin 


-15 






- 7 


-12 




REGION II 

District 1 - - *Marion Co. 


Greenup Co. 


-13 






-28 




District 2 — Franklin Co. 


*Henry Clay 


- 9 






-14 


Greenup Co. - 7 


REGION III 

District 1 — *Henry Clay 


State Champion 
Class AAAA 




- 7 




District 2 — Tates Creek 


Greenup Co. 


- 24 






- 7 




REGION IV 

District 1 - - *Boone Co. 








District 2 — Greenup Co. 


-21 











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Page Five 



1977-1978 K.H.S.A.A. MEMBERSHIP AND ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND 
REGIONS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 



School 



D. 3 



D. 5 



Carlisle County 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Hickman County 

Ballard Memorial 

Heath 

Lone Oak 

Paducah Tilghman 

Reidland 

St. Mary 

Fancy Farm 

Farmington 

Lowes 

Mayfield 

Sedalia 

Symsonia 

Wingo 

Calloway 

Marshall 

Murray 



County 
County 



Address 

Bardwell 42023 
Fulton 42041 
Hickman 42050 
Clinton 42031 
Barlow 42024 
West Paducah 42086 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 

Fancy Farm 42039 
Farmington 42040 
Lowes 42061 
Mayfield 42066 
Sedalia 42079 
Symsonia 42082 
Wingo 42088 
Murray 42071 
Benton 42025 
Murray 42071 



REGION I 



Principal 

Burley R. Mathis 
Barkley Jones 
Richard Wilkerson 
James H. Phillips 
Chester Anderson 
Tho. H. Stephenson 
Bernie Behrendt 
Joe D. Dallas 
L. Larry Harper 
Sr. Mary Lee Knopf 
Donald M. Jones 
C. W. Jones 
Donald E. Spicer 
Ralph Colby 
Jimmy Wiggins 
Boyd Whitt 
James A. Baker 
Jerry Ainley 
Bobby G. Miller 
Roy Weatherly 



Boys' 
Coach 

Gwin Wood 
Darrell Wilson 
Dale Ray 
Hugh Wear 
John Waggoner 
Albert Norris 
Berny Miller 
Robert Vannerson 
Dennis Gourley 
Joe Mikez 
Louis R. Sims 
James E. Long 
Roger Fields 
Ken Wray 
Donald Butler 
L. Wayne Wadlington 
Clayton Hargrove 
Rick Leeper 
Cary Miller 



Girls' 
Coach 

David Hoskins 
Donald Call 
Richard Henson 
Gerald Vaughn 
John Turner 
Bobby Ray Noles 
Dennis Griffith 
Betty Ormes 
Frank Haneline 

Phillip Forester 
Kenneth R. Hosford 
James E. Long 
Tom Largent 
Ken Wray 
Gary Cunningham 
Judith H. Cates 
Marianne Davis 
Don Cothran 
Jane Fitch 



D. 5 Caldwell County 
Crittenden County 
Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Trigg County 

D. 6 Henderson County 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 

D. 7 Dawson Springs 
Madisonville- 

North Hopkins 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 

D. 8 Christian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
Todd Co. Central 
Univ. Heights 

Academy 



Princeton 42445 
Marion 42064 
Burna 42028 
Eddyville 42038 
Cadiz 42211 
Henderson 42420 
Providence 42450 
Morganfield 42437 
Dixon 42409 
Dawson Springs 42408 

Madisonville 42431 
Nortonville 42442 
Nebo 42441 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Ft. Campbell 42223 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Elkton 42220 



REGION IT 

Charles T. Elder 
A. Y. Hodge, Jr. 
Kenneth T. Hardin 
Buddy L. Nichols 
August J. Pisa 
Howard R. Crittenden 
Ronald Johnson 
Richard Vincent 
Robert L. Rogers 
Philip D. Back 

Floyd Brown 
William H. Dunning 
A. O. Richards 
Barney Thweatt 
Bill R. Perry 
Harold Wood 
Andrew Renick 



Hopkinsville 42240 K. L. Barton 



Harry Byrd 
Larry Lock 
Don Ringstaff 
Don Funneman 
Jim Wallace 
Tom Cummings 
Willis Simpson 
Ernon Simpson 
Russell VanZant 
Norman Manasco 

Don Parson 

Gary Morgan 
Lyle Dunbar 
Jack Darke 
Charles Hayslip 
Fred Harper 

Paul Brunstetter 



Ford Branch 
Joe McCord 
Richard White 
Carol Robertson 

Al J. Feix 
Wayne Morris 
Bob Brantley 
David Elliott 
Toni Ned tow 

John Armstrong 
Shirley Beshears 
Douglas Harris 
Jerry Vaughan 
Connie Heliums 
John Pyle 
Jerri Long 






D. 9 Apollo 

Daviess County 
McLean County 
Mt. St. Joseph Aca. 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Cath. 

D. 10 Bremen 

Central City 
Drakesboro 
Graham 
Greenville 
Hughes Kirk 
Muhlenberg Cen. 

D. 11 Breckinridge Co. 
Frederick Fraize 
Hancock County 
St. Romuald 
Trinity 

D. 12 Butler County 
Fordsville 
Grayson County 
Ohio County 



Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Calhoun 42327 
Maple Mount 42356 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Bremen 42325 
Central City 42330 
Drakesboro 42337 
Graham 42344 
Greenville 42345 
Beechmont 42323 
Powderly 42367 
Harned 40144 
Cloverport 40111 
Lewisport 42351 
Hardinsburg 40143 
Whitesville 42378 
Morgantown 42261 
Fordsville 42343 
Leitchfield 42754 
Hartford 42347 



REGION III 

Frank A. List 
W. P. Wheeler 
Charles R. Summers 
Sr. Helen Marie Pfohl 
Bill VanWinkle 
Rev. Gerald Calhoun 
Ken Arbuckle 
Jim Wilcox 
James L. Stewart 
Carl R. Sparks 
J. R. Whitehead 
Charles Eades 
Perry F. Hill 
Jack T. Pendergraph 
Wayland D. Johnston 
Herbert S. Young 
Sr. Mary A. Matthews 
Joseph Delehunt 
Darrel C. Hampton 
O. J. "Bob" Frizzell 
Kenneth W. Ray 
Ray C. Johnson 



Wayne Chapman 
Dan Barker 
David Hollan 

Bob Watson 
Bob Jackson 
Bryan Whitaker 
Bill Loney 
Robie Harper 
Taylor Sparks 
Kenneth Baughn 
Randy Ursrey 
Dale Todd 
Jerry Fultz 

Danny Handley 
Dean Hobbs 
Mike Baker 
Howard Vaughn 
Pat Jenkins 
Bill Lee 
Cecil Goff 



Willis McClure 
Alpha Luallen 
Earl Melloy 
Patsy J. Beauchamp 
Grant Talbott 

Tom Bibb 
Tony Hopper 
Robie Harper 
Terry Denny 

Terry Shutt 

Denny LaGrange 
Damon Akridge 
David Cowden 
Neil Moddock 
Donnie Edge 
Janie Ross 
Darline Wimpee 
Mary Sue Carpente 
Janet Magan 



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REGION IV 



School 
D. 13 



D. 14 



D. 15 



D. 16 



Adairville 

Auburn 

Chandlers Chapel 

Lewisburg 

Olmstead 

Russellville 

Bowling Green 

Franklin-Simpson 

Potrer 

Warren Cenrral 

Warren East 

Allen County 
Barren County 
Edmonson County 
Glasgow 

Clinton County 
Cumberland Co. 
Gamaliel 
Metcalfe County 
Tompkinsville 



Address 

Adairville 42202 

Auburn 42206 

Auburn 42206 

Lewisburg 42256 

Olmstead 42265 

Russellville 42276 Wallace Mason 



Principal 

Jesse L. Richards 
Howard Gorrell 
Morris Shelton 
Toe Milam 
Lorenza D. Davis 



Bowling Green 42101 
Franklin 42134 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 

Scottsville 42164 
Glasgow 42141 
Brownsville 42210 
Glasgow 42141 

Albany 42602 
Burkesville 42717 
Gamaliel 42140 
Edmonton 42129 
Tompkinsville 42167 



Denval Barriger 
Kenneth R. Metcalf 
Barclay Riley 
Henry E. Resch 
Joe H. Watkins 

Bennie Keen 
James C. Coomer 
Johnny Vincent 
Jerry L. Harris 

Perry C. Hay. 
David R. Sharp 
James Graves 
John W. McCarley 
Randall Grider 



Boys' 
Coach 

Bill Davis 

Larry Jordon 

James R. Thompson 

Bob Nylin 

Greg Scholl 

Kenneth Clouse 

Bob Hoggard 
Frank Cardwell 
Ron Broad foot 
Don Burton 
Dallas Embry 

Gary Shelton 
Wendell Brown 
Bowman Davenport 
Bobby Cook 

Lindle Castle 
David Wells 
Billy Murphy 
Terry Flatt 
Tony Gumm 



Girls' 
Coach 

Jeanette Smith 
Barry Reed 
James T. Fisher 
Bob Nylin 
Lugene Rogers 
Matt Tipton 

C. A. Meisel 
Brenda Dye 
Ron Broad foot 
Vanous Lloyd 
Fred Carter 

David Young 
Bobby Steenbergc-n 
Gerald Meredith 
Brenda Ross 

Lois Haddix 
Tommy Watson 
Louis Lee Carter 
Gary Richardson 
Lewis Carter 



D. 17 East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 

D. 18 Caverna 

Green County 
Hart County 
LaRue County 

D. 19 Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Nelson County 
Washington Co. 

D. 20 Adair County 
Campbellsville 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



Glendale 42740 
Elizabethtown 42701 
Ft. Knox 40120 
Brandenburg 40108 
Radcliff 40160 
Srephensburg 42781 

Horse Cave 42749 
Greensburg 42743 
Munfordville 42765 
Hodgenville 42748 

Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Springfield 40069 

Columbia 42728 
Campbellsville 42718 
Lebanon 40033 
Campbellsville 42718 



REGION V 

Bill Reynolds 
Charles M. Rawlings 
Robert B. Burrow 
Vernon K. Wilson 
Ray Story 
Dane Hicks 

David Stephens 
Robert S. Pickett 
Harold W. Denison 
Cortland K. Cox 

Jude Talbott 
Albert T. Johnson 
T. G. Florence 
Virgil Chambers 

Harry Loy 
David W. Fryrear 
Charles E. Crawley 
Edward L. Cox 



Don Morris 
Ray Vencill 
Joe Smith 
David Jenkins 
Ron Bevars 
Pat Tully 

Kim Shaw 
Carl Deaton 
Charles Wuertzer 
Bobby Embry 

Garnis Martin 
Bruce Blair 
Randall Robertson 
Sonny Fentress 

Glynn Nixon 
Jack Keeney 
Bobby Toon 
Fred Waddle 



Ken Rucker 
Bob Shearer 
Charles Jones 
Barbara Hambly 
Marlene Lamm 
Mike Harmon 

Eddie Claycomb 
Kay Rogers 
Terry Martin 
Roy Long 

Roland Williams 
J. W. Mattingly 
Peggy Horton 
Bill Newton 

Greg Bardin 
Kelly Baugh 
Beverly Roby 
Rollin McQueary 



D. 21 



D. 22 



D. 23 



D. 24 



Central Louisville 40203 

Evangel Louisville 40219 

Portland Chtistian Louisville 40212 
Presentation Acad. Louisville 40203 
Shawnee Louisville 40212 



Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 
Pleasure Ridge 
Park Park 40258 

Shively 40216 
Chris. Valley Station 40272 



Angela Merici 
Bishop David 
Butler 
Pleasure Ridge 

Western 
Beth Haven 

Doss 

Fairdale 

Jesse Stuart 

Ninth & O Chris. 

Valley 

DeSales Louisville 40214 

Holy Rosary Acad. Louisville 40214 

Iroquois Louisville 40215 

Southern Louisville 40219 

Thomas Jefferson Louisville 40219 



Louisville 40214 
Fairdale 40118 
Valley Station 40272 
Louisville 40272 
Valley Station 40272 



REGION VI 

Joseph McPherson 
C. Thomas Luiskutty 
Earl Mullins, Sr. 
Sr. lean Vessels 
John R. Whiting 

Sr. L. M. Willenbrink 
lohn J. Moll, Sr. 
H. L. Hatfield 

Oliver S. Williams 
John D. Brown 
Rev. Earle E. Lee 

John S. Pittenger 
Charles R. Summers 
Denzil J. Ramsey 
Rosemary S. Hatcher 
Walter J. Pickett 

Father Farrell Kane 
Sr. Ann F. Leonard 
Eugenia S. Lewis 
lames R. Burch 
Stanley K. Whitaker 



Robett Graves 
Jim Hembree 
Eugene Schreiner 

Elwood Johnson 



Butch Bozarth 

Gary Schaffer 
James Schurfranz 
Joe Bailey 

Leon Mudd 
Dale Ricketts 
Gary Sundmaker 
Alan Vance 
Glenn Collie 

Lucian Racque 

Charles Moore 
Joseph Burks 
Maurice Payne 



Kyra Anglin 
Ruth Owens 

Vivian Dunlevy 
Charles French 

Robert Becker 

Margrer Fiehrer 

Corrine Mastey 
Madelene Naegele 
Dewey Santmier 

Phil Ritz 
Betty Thornsberry 
Richard Emery 
Betty VanDevender 
Marsha Sterchi 



Bill Yates 
Marshall Abstain 
William Brown 
Jamie Wadell 



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School 
D. 25 



Address 



D. 26 



D. 27 



D. 28 



Ahrens Louisville 40202 

Brown Louisville 40202 

duPont Manual Louisville 40208 
Ky School f/t 

Blind Louisville 40206 
Louisville CollegiateLouisville 40204 



Male Traditional 

Mercy Academy 

St. Xavier 

Assumption 

Atherton 

Ky Country Day 

Seneca 

Trinity 

Durrett 

Fern Creek 

Jeffersontown 

Marion C. Moore 

Walden 

Ballard 

Eastern 

Sacred Heart Aca. 

Waggener 

Westport Road 



Louisv 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 



40203 
40204 
40217 
40205 
40205 
40207 
40220 
40207 
40213 



Louisville 40291 
Jeffersontown 40299 
Louisville 40228 
Lyndon 40222 
Louisville 40222 
Middletown 40243 
Louisville 40206 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40222 



REGION VII 



Principal 

Byron H. Bell 
Martha Ellison 
Geotge E. Sauer, Jr. 

Richmond H. Marcy 
Nancy E. Kussrow 
Irvine K. Rice 
Sr. Margaret Gurren 
Bro. John Wills 
Sr. T. M. Osborne 
Cletus Hubbs 
John Gernert 
Thomas R. McCarthy 
Rev. Thomas Duerr 
James B. Smith 
J. V. Reschar, Sr. 
William R. Craigmyle 
L. E. McDowell, Jr. 
Edward Vermillion 
Patrick L. Crawford 
George E. Morrison 
Sr. Laurana Burke 
Arthur K. Draut 
Harold Andrews 



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Boys' 


Girls' 


Coach 


Coach 


Fred Holden 


Jim Cann 


Bobby Hiles 


Bill ie Logsdon 




Robert Greene 


Lonnie Willoughby 


Sally Mackin 




Charles Just 


Martin Donlan 






Maureen Wilkins 


Bill Moore 


Janet Childress 


Harold Owen 


Donna Gould 


Tony Carman 


Rick Bohus 


Joe Thompson 




Adrian Cooksey 




Harry S. Hardin 


Sandra Callahan 


Paul Fugate 


Roger Hayes 


Tom Finnegan 


Suzanne Wallace 


Bobby Simpson 


Donna Barton 




Susan Toughet 


Ernest Freeman 


Deanie Feger 




Bunny Daugherty 


Don Hottman 


Shirley Bates 


Charles Nalevanko 


Beverly Gass 



D. 29 Anderson County 
Bullitt Central 
North Bullitt 
Taylorsville 
Western Anderson 

D. 30 Eminence 

Henry County 
Shelby County 

D. 31 Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 

D. 32 Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott Counry 
Williamstown 



Lawrenceburg 40342 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Taylorsville 40071 
Lawrenceburg 40342 

Eminence 40019 
New Castle 40050 
Shelbyville 40065 
Carrollton 41008 
Warsaw 41095 
Buckner 40010 
Bedford 40006 
Dry Ridge 41035 
Owenton 40359 
Georgetown 40324 
Williamstown 41097 



REGION VIII 

Wayne King 
George E. Valentine 
C. T. Collins 
Thomas L. Willis 
Robert B. Turner 
Dalton Oak 
Ronald Young 
Sam W. Chandler 
Katie Easom 
Billy E. Prewitt 
J. D. Minnehan 
William J. Higgins 
Carl W. Webster 
George W. Baker 
Tom Sims 
Shirley D. Wagoner 



Ron Reed 
Bill Schott 
Bill Bass 
Charles Simpson 
James Hawthorne 
Jim Wilhite, Jr. 
Rick Schepman 
Tom Creamer 
Larry Morgan . 
Paul Watts 
Dave Hart, Jr. 
Craynor Slone 
C. R. Wenderoth 
Larry Royalty 
Everett Varney 
Ed Gabbert 



Ann Flynn 
Buford Williams 
Scott Morrison 

Kent Stevens 

Paula Martin 
Charlotte Chowning 

Marcus Camacho 
Dave Weedman 
Walter McHargue 
Joyce Doyle 
Joella Wallace 
Bruce Bottoms 
Ed Gabbert 






D. 33 Boone County 
Conner 

Dixie Heights 
Lloyd Memorial 
St. Henry 
Simon Kenton 
Walton-Verona 

D. 34 Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Holmes 

Holy Cross 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame Aca. 

Villa Madonna Aca. 

D. 35 Bellevue 
Dayton 
Newport 

Newport Catholic 
Our Lady of 

Providence Aca. 

D. 36 Bishop Brossart 
Campbell County 
Highlands 
Silver Grove 



Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Erlanger 41018 
Erlanger 41018 
Independence 41051 
Walton 41094 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 4101 1 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41014 
Covington 41015 
Ludlow 41016 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41016 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Newport 41071 
Newport 41071 

Newport 41071 
Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Ft. Thomas 41075 
Silver Grove 41085 



REGION IX 

Kenneth R. Johnstone 
Larry Ryle 
Fred Mason 
Charles R. Fugitt 
Ronald L. Albrinck 
Robert Abell 
Gary Munsie 
N. D. Stiegelmeyer 
Kenneth J. Gross 
Rev. Edwin B. Heile 
Fred W. Moeves 
Fred Breyer 
Charles Highfield 
Sr. M. Virginia Ann 
Sr. S. Marie Gough 
Frank Bruns 
Thomas Hood 
George Frakes 
Br. Matthew Smith 
Sr. Margaret Anne 

Kraemer 
Donald R. Fangman James Macht 
Glendon Ravenscraft Gary Turner 
Chester Turner Kenny Shields 

Timothy Barrow Sreve Sigmon 



James R. Connor 
Bill Warfield 
Dave Afterkirk 
Bill Code 
Bob Murdock 

Pete Gill 
Wayne Shipley 
Geotge Schneider 
Rev. Ed Heile 
Reynolds Flynn 
William Frey 
Andrew Christofield 



Gaty Akers 
Stan Steidel 
Jack Patterson 
John Gross 



Connie Thomer 

Hiram Owens 

Katie Wesseling 
George Lonneman 
Nancy Craft 
Karen Reynolds 



Joan Mitchell 
William Goller 

Joan Shadley 
Connie Kampschmidt 
Sally Meng 

Cindy Schlosser 



Maureen Grosser 
Barbara Kohls 
Marge McKenna 
Nancy Barre 
Nick Diachenko 



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School 



D. 37 Bourbon County 

Harrison County 

M. M. I. 

Nicholas County 

Paris 
D. 38 Augusta 

Bracken County 

Deming 

Pendleton County 
D. 39 Fleming County 

Mason County 

Maysville 

St. Patrick 

Tollesboro 
D. 40 Bath County 

Estill County 

Geo. Rogers Clark 

Montgomery Co. 



Address 



Paris 40361 
Cynthiana 41031 
Millersburg 40348 
Carlisle 40311 
Paris 40361 
Augusta 41002 
Brooksville 41004 
Mt. Olivet 41064 
Falmouth 41040 
Flemingsburg 41041 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Tollesboro 41189 
Owingsville 40360 
Irvine 40336 
Winchester 40391 
Mt. Sterling 40353 



Principal 

REGION X 

Bill Case 
E. J. Lowdenback 
David McMillen 
Cobbie Lee 
Homer H. Goins 
Marvin Bradley 
R. W. Ellington 
Harry E. Meacham 
John W. Brill 
Fairce O. Woods 
John H. Bransom 
Elza Whalen, Jr. 
Sr. Jude Birck 
Mike Forman 
Ewell Smoot, Jr. 
Danny Click 
Claude Sallee, Jr. 
Richard Hughes 



Boys' 
Coach 



Russ Day 
Virgil Jenkins 
Cary Barr 
Bob Jenkins 
Dave Randolph 
Marvin Bradley 
David Hamilton 
Larry Allison 
Phillip Wood 
Joe Dan Gold 
Allen Feldhaus 
Robert Hall 
Lex Turner 
Alan Bane 
Gary Taylor 
Steve Garrett 
Julian Cunningham 
Bruce McLin 



Girls' 
Coach 



Linda Umfress 
Mike Lenox 



Judy Cox 
Vaughn Kelsch 
Gary Clayton 
David Piemen 
Herb Owen 
Carolyn Cogswell 
Robert Hutchinson 
Helen Smoot 

Alan Bane 
Mike Bromagen 
Joedy Ohr 
David Dening 



D. 41 Frankfort 

Franklin County 
Lexington Catholic 
Margaret Hall 
Woodford County 

D. 42 Burgin 

Harrodsburg 
Jessamine County 
Mercer Count)' 

D. 43 Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Sayre 
Tates Cteek 

D. 44 Berea Community 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Model Laboratory 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Lexington 40503 
Versailles 40383 
Versailles 40383 
Burgin 40310 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Nicholasville 40356 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40502 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40502 
Berea 40403 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 



REGION XI 

Donald Hines 
Robert W. Hoagland 
Rev. R. H. Nieberding 
Rev. C W. Bell, Jr. 
Ken Tippert 
Phillip Ray Cartet 
Delmer Warren 
Zeb Blankenship 
James E. Gash 
Leo H. Brewsaugh 
Bill C. Hurt 
Dwight L. Price 
William Williams 
Warren Featherston 
James K. Miller 
lim Fleenor 
James B. Moore 
Dr. L. Stephen Traw 



Charles Strasburger 
David Lee 
Harry T. Starns 

Gene Kirk 
David Feeback 
Frank Kemplin 
Steve Deskins 
Gene Middleton 
Bobby Barlow 
Al Prewitt 
Jock Sutherland 
Tim Moore 
Nolan Barger 
Curt Turley 
Tommy Martin 
Bill Fultz 
Shirley Kearns 



Susan Strong 
Nancy Finney 
Peggy Tillman 

Sharon Tippett 
Barbara Leach 

Glen Teater 
John Robinette 
Valerie Langlois 
Jackie Austin 
Kathy Neal 
Diane Curry 
Bradley Switzer 
Gayle Hall 

Frank Ray 
Jeanne Srull 



D. 45 Boyle County 

Danville 

Garrard County 

Kentucky School 
for the Deaf 
D. 46 Casey County 

Lincoln County 

Russell County 
D. 47 McCreary County 

Monticello 

Pine Knot 

Wayne County 
D. 48 Burnside 

Eubank 

Laurel County 

Nancy 

Pulaski County 

Shopville 

Somerset 



D. 49 Annville Institute 
Clay County 
Jackson County 
Oneida Bap. Inst. 
Rockcastle County 

D. 50 Barbourville 
Cotbin 

Knox Central 
Lynn Camp 
St. Camillus Aca. 
Whitley County 
Williamsburg 



Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Lancaster 40444 

Danville 40422 
Liberty 42539 
Stanford 40484 
Russell Springs 42642 
Whitley City 42653 
Monticello 42633 
Pine Knot 42635 
Monticello 42633 
Burnside 42519 
Eubank 42567 
London 40741 
Nancy 42544 
Somerset 42501 
Shopville 42554 
Somerset 42501 



REGION XII 

Charles W. Scott Morris Stewart 

Don M. Turner Donn Marston 

Johnnie Ray Laswell Wade Upchurch 



Annville 40402 
Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt. Vetnon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Corbin 40701 
Williamsburg 40769 
Williamsburg 40769 



Edward F. Peltier 
Forrest C. Stafford 
Jack D. Portwood 
Hollis DeHart 
Robert E. Stephens 
Eldon E. Davidson 
Vester L. Lewis 
George Owen Horton 
C. L. Simpson 
B. G. Sullivan 
Holbert Hodges 
John Wallace 
Larry Stewart 
Phillip R. Baker 
Jim Andy Sears 

REGION XIII 

John W. Smith 
Lee Brown 
James T Martin 
Dale Kleinjan 
Cleston Saylor 
James Michael Davis 
Ray Tipton 
Charles D. Black 
Clayton Taylor 
Sr. M. Amabilis 
Paul Rice 
Jack V. Foley 



Arlen Finke 
Keith Young 
Roger Meek 
Bob Payne 
Ralph Roberts 
Joe W. Harper 
R, Howard Jones 
Mark Borders 
Earl Hicks 
Brent Tackett 
Raymond Reed 
Avery Hatfield 
David Fraley 
Hollis Roger Smith 
Charles Eckler 



Bobby Keith 
Donald Moore 
Larry Grirton 
William D. Riddle 
Bill Swafford 
Gerald Foley 
Don Bingham 
Calvin Vaughn 

Jerry Hodges 
Danny Johnson 



Joan Mann 
John Sieweke 
Diane Hunt 

Nyla Hostin 
Edgat Watson 
Virgil Benge 
Phillip Garner 
Ray Ball 
Jerry Stephens 
Wallena Hinkle 
Wayne Ryan 
Roddy McFall 
Gilbert Wilson 
Roy Bowling 
Yvonne Daulton 
Gail Hurt 
Phillip R. Baker 
Jack Jewell 



Larry Sizemore 
Donald Moore 
Pam McMichael 
Preston Parrett 
James Mason 
Willard Farris 
Daphne Goodin 
Eddie Harris 

Larry Richardson 






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School 
D. 51 



D. 52 



Bell County 

Lone Jack 

Middlesboro 

Pineville 

Red Bird 

Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 

James A. Cawood 

Lynch 



Address 

Pineville 40977 
Four Mile 40939 
Middlesboro 40965 
Pineville 40977 
Beverly 40913 
Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 
Harlan 40831 
Lynch 40855 



Principal 

James A. Pursifull 
Ernest C. Slusher 
John Patterson 
William E. Adams 
Olen Taylor Collins 
Dillard Prater 
David Lewis 
Tom Ward 
John H. Howard 
Enoch Foutch, Jt. 



Boys' 
Coach 

Harold Combs 
Wayne Walters 
Larry Davis 
Kenny Gann 
Charles Minks 
Murris Wilder 
Earl Rogers 
George Francis 
John D. Wilson 



Girls' 
Coach 

Elijah Smith 
Lola Delk 
Ken Condra 
Orville Engle 
Charles Minks 
John Bond 
Wallace Napier 
E. R. Gray 
Basil Mills 



D. 53 Fleming-Neon 
Jenkins 
Letcher 
Whitesburg 

D. 54 Buckhorn 

Dike Combs 
Hazard 

Leslie County 
M. C. Napier 

D. 55 Breathitt County 
Cordia 
Jackson 

Knott Co. Central 
Riverside Christian 

D. 56 Hazel Green Aca. 
Lee County 
Owsley County 
Powell County 
Wolfe County 



Fleming 41816 
Jenkins 41537 
Letcher 41832 
Whitesburg 41858 
Buckhorn 41721 
Jeff 41751 
Hazard 41701 
Hyden 41749 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hindman 41822 
Lost Creek 41348 
Hazel Green 41332 
Beattyville 41311 
Booneville 41314 
Stanton 40380 
Campton 41301 



REGION XIV 

Roy T. Reasor 
Wm. H. Greer 
D. C Taylor 
Jack M. Burkich 
William B. Napier 
Dacker Combs 
Fred E. Stidham 
Omus Shepherd 
James Winston Field 
William A. Toler 
Bobby Ralph Smith 
James B. Goff 
R. B. Singleton 
Doran Hostetler 
Albert B. Osborne 
Gary Pack 
Dale Callahan 
Cebert Gilbert, Jr. 
Ted Hoi brook 



Barnard Hall 
Steve Collins 
Danny Bates 
Arthur Jackson 
Stanley Caudill 
J. R. Noe 
Roger Kirby 

s Albert Combs 
Jack Stanford 
Larry Hayes 
David Perkins 
Eddie Gibson 
Doran Hostetler 
Ernie Huff 
Heber Dunaway 
James R. Bowman 
Clinton Gay 
Alvin Ratliff 



Sue Kincer 
Reeda Wright 
Stella Mae Ison 
Larry Tolliver 
Pat Wooton 
Douglas Campbell 
Judy Duff 
Wendell Wilson 
David Heath 
Joyce C. Mayes 
Zella Combs 
James B. Goff 
Samuel Smith 
Becky Baker 
Sharon Kinnear 
Sue Davis 
James R. Bowman 

Mike Gibbs 



D. 57 



D. 58 



D. 59 



D. 60 



Johnson Central 

Lawrence County 

Magoffin County 

Paintsville 

Sheldon Clark 

Allen Central 

Betsy Layne 

McDowell 

Prestonsburg 

Wheelwright 

Dorton 

Millard 

Mullins 

Pikeville 

Virgie 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 

Feds Creek 

Johns Creek 

Phelps 



Paintsville 41240 
Louisa 41230 
Salyersville 41465 
Paintsville 41240 
Inez 41224 
Eastern 41622 
Betsy Layne 41605 
McDowell 41647 
Prestonsburg 41653 
Wheelwright 41669 
Dorton 41520 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Virgie 

Belfry 41514 
Elkhorn City 41522 
Feds Creek 41524 
Pikeville 41501 
Phelps 41553 



REGION XV 

Paul R. Setser 
Robert L. Prichard 
Jack Allen 
Paul W. Trimble 
Wilburn Goble 
J. O. Dingus 
Russell M. Frazier 
Hugo E. Miller 
William R. Hughes 
Donald R. Daniels 
Glenn Wallace 
Donald Tackett 
Morris W. Justice 
Thomas M. Swartz 
James R. Kendrick 
Frank T. Welch 
James V. Powell 
Rufus Thacker 
Winston Adkins 
J. Herschel Morgan 



Wendell Wallen 
Randy Keeton 
Jackie Howard 
Jim Wheeler 
John Martin 
Howard Wallen, Jr. 
William Newsome, Jr 
David L. Turner 
Fred Setser 
Kenny Newman 
Hibbard Burke, Jr. 
Richard Maynard 
Arnold Meek 
Larry Phillips 
Eugene Lyons 

Charles Damron 
Sherman Combs 
Aubrey Taylor 
Johnny Mounts 



Connie Meek 
Doris Prichard 
Rheba Holbrook 
Charles Adkins 
John Haney 
Judy Mason 

Johnny Ray Turner 
Charles Collins 
Terry Brody 
Connie Bowling 
Bun Jack Burnette 
Donald Bowling 
James Hillard Howard 
Karen Trivett 
Delores Dotson 



Phyllis Lawson 
Gretta Smith 



D. 61 Menifee County 
Morgan County 
Rowan County 
University 

Breckinridge 

D. 62 East Carter County 
Elliott County 
Lewis County 
West Carter 

D. 63 Fairview 

Greenup County 

Raceland 

Russell 

D. 64 Boyd County 
Holy Family 
Paul G. Blazer 



Frenchburg 40322 
West Liberty 41472 
Morehead 40351 

Morehead 40351 
Grayson 41143 
Sandy Hook 41171 
Vanceburg 41179 
Olive Hill 41164 
Ashland 41101 
Greenup 41144 
Raceland 41169 
Flatwoods 41139 
Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 



REGION XVI 

Richard Ratliff 
John Johnston 
Marvin Moore 

Frank Burns 
Harlan R. Fleming 
Henry L. Allen 
Don Gaunce 
William Calhoun 
Dolores Redwine 
Charles Banks 
Larry Heck 
Richard Baker 
Allan J. Osborne 
Sr. R. F. Schifferli 
Glenn A. Riedel 



Terry Young 
Ray Maggard 
Ted Trent 

Dienzel Dennis 
Charles Baker 
Rick Mays 
Gary Kidwell 

George Cooke 
Terry Umberger 
Harold Ratliff 
Jack Upchurch 
Eugene "Jeep" Clark 
Randy Mason 
Paul Patterson 



Terry Young 
Kathy Griffitts 
Claudia Hicks 

Elizabeth Sadler 
Vicki Young 
Jess Adkins 
Alice Kidwell 

Pam Saunders 
Sandra Rogers 
Darlene Nail 
Liz Trabandt 
Pam Traylor 
Brenda Dennis 
Linda Meyers 



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WARREN EAST — CLASS AA, REGION I, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left lo Right) Front Row: Head Coach J. Ross. R. Grant, D. Allen, R. Franklin, K. Wallace, C. McDaniel, R. Grant, 
R. Massey, Ass't Coach D. Tomek. Second Row: T. Smith, M. Lewis, S. Allen. M. Stinnett, G. Massey, B. Cooper, G. 
Shobe, B. Harris. Third Row: T. Riley, S. Manning, L. Gibbes, D. Stephens, G. Page, T. Campbell, T. Young, J. Burgess- 
Fourth Row: D. Dinsmore, A. Fells, B. Lowe, R. East, T. Jones, J. Moosman, T. Stuard, G. Verschelde. Fifth Row: L. 
Madison, S. Edwards, G. Worthington, T. Anthony, C. Anthony. 

BOYLE COUNTY - CLASS AA, REGION III, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Edminsiom, V. Curtsinger, B. Cummins, G. Hogus, G. Jones. R. Moser, M. White, 

A. Hall. E. Walls, G. Boulilier, S. Hernandez, J. Glasscock. Second Row: J. Harris, J. Kubale, G. Brashear. T. Wilson. 
T. Reynolds, S. Wooldridge, R. Logue, S. Pack, J. Phillips, S. Galloway, R. Green. J. Cutter, J. Long. Third Row: 

B. Rousey, E. Cummins. L. Ford, T. Shellon, S. Wright, B. Zeller. M. Overstreet, B. Kleckner, C. Miles, B. Terhune, 
R. Long, R. Wolfe, M. RusseU. 



BARDSTOWN — CLASS AA, REGION II, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 








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(Left to Right) Front Row: S. Kimberland, W. Tonge, K. Rogers, T. Conder, F. Haydon, D. Berry, R. Martin. B. 
Sprigg, P. Johnson, F. Wilson, R. Mardis. Second Row: J. Phillips. W. Johnson, J. Stumph, O. Masori, G. McGinnis, 
A. Riley, E. Wood, M. Etheredge. D. Hardin, R. Lewis. C. Pardieu. Third Row: W. Lewis, J. Downs, N. Rapier, P. Drake. 
T. Hahn. V. Lemieux, T. Litllejohn, J. Wickham. M. Green, T. Sprigg, G. Hickman, A. Ashford. K. Johnson. Fourth 
Row: M. Owens. W. Liltlejohn, P. Morgan, B. Keene, W. Downs, D. Hite, T. Waldorf, G. Moran, K. Graham, B. Wood. 



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Basketball Officials 

(Continued from Page Two) 
Clayborn, Cessna Jr., P.O. Box 664, Central City 423.30, 

754-5304 754-2230 
Chasteen. Rick. Rt. 3. Cvnthiana 41031. 234-6523. 234-6664 
Clifford, Jimmv, 595 Navaio Trail, Georgetown 40324, 

863-0951 
Collier, Doug. Danials Dr., South Shore 41175. 932-3267 
Collier, Johnny, 125 Lone Oak, Nicholasville 40356. 885- 

6618, 885-9481 
Condor, Joseph, 4210 Hillview #215. Louisville 40216, 

448-2128, 366-1454 
Covle, Don. 923 Sunglow Dr., Villa Hills 41016, 341-6013. 

341-2800 
Craig, David, 307 S. Main. Somerset 42501, 679-4832, 679-6371 
Crittendon. David. 316 Wright St., Mayfield 42066, 247- 

8237, 247-7183 
Crume, Jane. P.O. Box 463, Bardstown 40004, 348-8076 
Crumb, Steve. 2251 Smallhouse Rd.. Bowling Green 42101 
Cunningham, Robert L.. Box 576, Stanton 40380. 663-2674, 

886-9116 
Curry, Lester. 407 W. High St., Hodgenville 42748, 358-3297 
Custard, James W.. 512 Harrison Ave., Cynthiana 41031, 

234-6482 234-5671 ext. 299 
Daniel, Keith. Village Square # K-9, Richmond 40475, 

623-3124 
Davis, Carrol, Rt. 6, Mayfield 42066, 245-2393, 247-6730, 

ext. 336 
Davis, Jav, 2101 Hazel St. #2, Hopkinsville 42240. 885- 

4684, 885-5355 
Davis. Larry, 3229 W. Kentucky. Louisville 40211. 772-3106 
Day, Willie, Cramber Ave., Lexington 40505, 266-4925 
Dean, Billy, 3921 Church St.. Covington 41015, 261-2825, 

356-5559 
Dick, Jim, Box 433, Albany 42602. 387-5214, 387-5569 
Dillon, Otis, P.O. Box 287, Auxier 41602, Bus. No. 393-3297 
Dobson, Carol Ann, D-127 Cooperstown, Lexington 40506, 

233-4757 
Dotson, Bill, 1513 Steadmantown Ln. Frankfort 40501, 

695-4886, 223-0565 
Downs. Charles, 7743 Halfmoon Ct. #2. Louisville 40214, 

937-9720 634-1511 
Doyle, Sam', 201 Patchen Dr. #46, Lexington 40502. 269-4163 
Duncan, Joe Frank. Ill Creekwood Dr. #604, Bowling 

Green 42101, 781-3405. 726-2131 
Dunn, Kenneth, 1860A Arundel Dr.. Lexington 40505, 293- 

1917, 299-1020 
Dunn, Russell Craig, 3478 Sutherland Dr.. Lexington 40502, 

272-8724 
Early, Robert, Rt. 1 Box 140, Bagdad 40003, 747-8486 
East, William, 402 Linda Dr., Hopkinsville 42240. 886-2146, 

886-5259 
Eha. Steve. Holmes Hall #312, Lexington 40506. 257-1390 
Emmons, Guy, 5500 Crosswood Ct., Louisville 40291, 

239-9537 
Estep, David, 212 River Rd., Cumberland 40823. 589-5084 
Fankell, Kenny, Rt. 1 Box 610, Gravson 41143, 474-5315 
Ferguson, Danny, 123 Lowrv Ln.. Wilmore 40390, 858-3852 
Fisher, Steven, Smith Mills, South Mills 42457, 533-6396 
Flatt, David, #2 Peratt Hall, Morehead 40351. 784-9242 
Franklin, Sandraetta, 528 Chestnut St., Bowling Green 42101 
Frantz, Jerry, 507 Forrest Hills. Frankfort 40601, 695-3125, 

564-7300 
Frisinger, Bruce, 1395 Pine Meadow Rd.. Lexington 40504, 

233-1054 
Fryman, Terry, Rt. 4 Valley View, Maysville 41056, 564- 

4630, 883-3166 
Fuchs, Martha, 2013 Eastern Pkwy. #1, Louisville 40204, 

459-5598, 426-8080 
Fulton, Morgan, R.R. 1. Reed 42451, 826-2657 
Gabbard. Keith. Box 31, McKee 40447. 287-7091. 287-7101 
Gaines, Stephen. Rt. 3, Henderson 42420. 546-7577, 253-0279 
Gehring, Gerry, R.R. 3, Monticello 42633, 348-8698. 348-6888 
Gibson, Fred, 405 Iowa. Lone Oak 42001, 554-0012, 554-1820 
Gordon, Dwight, R.R. 2, Hustonville 346-5641 
Gordon, Jimmy, Rt. 2, Hustonville 40437, 346-2589 
Gray, Gary, 108 Sam Dr., Louisville 40214. 367-7569, 267-3165 
Greenfield. R. Carl, 609 Waldo Way, Lexington 40505, 

293-0240 
Greenlee, Garry, 29 Orchard Hts.. Murray 42071, 767-4409 
Grey, Don, 207 LaHormandv, Louisville 40223, 245-7915 
Griffin, Dwight, P.O. Box 682, Mt. Vernon 40456, 256-2105, 

256-2979 
Griffith, William. Rt. 1 Box 281. Olive Hill 41164, 286-2638, 

532-1020 
Hacker, Samuel. 693 Bromelv Pk. Ludlow 41016, 291-6141. 

341-5745 
Hall, Rocky, R.R. 1, Box 308D. Olive Hill 41164, 286-4379, 

784-8730 
Hall. Tommy. Pippa Passes 41844, 368-3496 
Hall, Zenith Jr., Bevinsville 41606. 452-2316 
Handley, Woodie, Hodgenville 42748, 358-3345, 358-2195 
Handlon, Steve, 1407 Sherwood, Bowling Green 42101, 

843-8440 
Hardin. Don. Box 88, Morehead 40351, 784-7698. 845-9871 
Hawkins, Emile, 6911 Rock Hollow 40219, 968-8291 
Hays, Cochise. 715 Fifth St., Bowling Green 42101, 843-1939 
Hays, Harold Jr., Rt. 1 Box 181, McKee 40447, 965-3387 
Head, Jack B. Jr., 10012 Caven Ave.. Louisville 40229. 966- 
8384, 459-5880 



Heckel, Charles, 1047 Franelm Rd., Louisville 40214, 368- 

3842, 566-4382 
Heckel, Richard. 1047 Franelm, Louisville 40214. 368-3842 
Hegarty, Thomas. 26 Wallace Ave.. Covington 41014. 291- 

0092 331-2040 
Henderson. Roger, 1613 Herr Ln., Louisville 40222. 426- 

4684. 776-9308 
Hickey, Thomas. 7000 Mallgate #A-2. Louisville 40207, 

897-3598 585-5703 
Hills, Marshall, 454 Graves Ave., Erlanger 41018, 727-1261 
Hiten. Mark. 551 Shashoni. Georgetown 40324, 863-3434 
Holbrook. Edwin, Box 903, Whitesburg 41858. 633-4225, 

633-2961 
Holt, Ronald, 416 Sylvan Terrace, Hopkinsville 42240, 885- 

4445, 886-1223 
Holt, Timothy, 197 Stoke-on-Trent. Louisville 40299, 491- 

5178. 426-2000 
Horn. Fred, 627 Covington Ave., Bowling Green 42101, 

842-2590 
Hostetler, Nancv. Lost Creek 41348, 666-2359 
Hubbard. Garv. Rt. 3 Lillard Ferry, Versailles 40383, 873- 

3301. 885-5561 
Huber, Jerry, Park & Audubon Rd., Covington 41011, 

431-8030, 241-0102 
Hudson, Timothy, 889 Lamont Ln., Henderson 42420, 826- 

4492 
Hyde. Robert. 215 W. Maxwell St.. Lexington 40508, 233- 

9409, 272-7611 
Irbv, Mike, P.O. Box 133, Burkesville 42717, 433-7992, 

864-3889 
Jansen, Jean. Rt. 2 Box 256. Shepherdsville 40165, 957-6159 
Jennings, James. 503 W. Cherry. Glasgow 42141, 651-5671, 

651-8862 
Johnson, James. Lea Farm. Rt. 2 Avenstoke Rd., Waddv 

40776. 223-2822. 875-1535 
Johnson. O. J.. 921 Winfred St., Greenup 41144. 423-4091 
Kenne, Phillip, Rt. 1. Box 16. Mouthfard 41548. 835-4442 
Kellam, Steven, Route 2, Dry Ridge 41035. 428-3398 
King. David. 421 Cedarcrest Dr.. Brandenburg 40108, 422-. 

4516, 624-4146 
King, James, 5000 Clarmar Rd., Jeffersontown 40299, 399- 

1015, 778-2791 
Kluepfel. Joseph, 262 W. Broadway. Madisonville 42431. 

825-1046 
Kolpek. David. 309 Mariemont Dr.. Lexington 40505. 299- 

5814 
Kurtz, David. Route 2, Brooksville 41004. 735-2579. 735-3326 
Lambert, Irvin, 6412 Fern Crest, Louisville 40291. 239-4996, 

459-0382 
Lancaster. Glenn. 1506 Porter Dr.. Henderson 42420. 826- 

4364, 826-7600 
Lankford. Edwin, Country Club Dr., Lebanon 40033. 692- 

3690, 692-4301 
Laster, David. Route 6. Russellville 42276. 726-6675. 726-3661 
Lefevers, Colman J.. Box 149. Kettle Island 40958, 337- 

3808. 337-3271 
Leigh, Steve, 1602 McKinley St., Corbin 40701. 528-7344, 

528-8050 
Listerman, Mike. 18 Trinity PI.. Ft. Thomas 41075. 781- 

3773, 781-3333 
Lofton, Charles. Rt. 1. Box 447. Calvert 42029, 395-7379, 

527-8688 
Logan, Bruce. 2118 Oregon Ave.. Louisville 40210. 772-2489 
Long. Bill, 1729 Hollev St.. Bowling Green 42101. 842-7546, 

781-0913 
Loonev. James. Rt. 1, Box 60C. Elkhorn City 41522, 754- 

9300, 754-4866 
Louden, Forrest. P.O. Box 224. Bedford 40006. 255-3538, 

633-1000 
Lowe. Steve. 2124 Tamarack, Lexington 40504. 278-9662. 

254-8091 
Lucas. Waven. Big Spring 40106. 536-3647 
Lynch, Arnold. P.O. Box 12011. Lexington 40511 
McCamish. Dan. Rt. 5. Milton Ave.. Elizabethtown 42701 
McCarthy. Daniel. 5470-F Kellev St.. Ft. Knox 40121. 624- 

2909 624-6325 
McClure. Jerrv. 1857 Courtland. Lexington 40505, 299-5465, 

293-1812 
McCracken. Daniel. #1 Jefco Pk . Radcliff 40160, 351-9270, 

351-3810 
McDaniel, Michael. 202 S. Woodland Dr. #24, Radcliff 40160 
McGrew, Stephen. 6705 Barbrook Rd., Louisville 40258, 

935-9151 778-5591 
McGown. Phil. 412 Emmett Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 

781-6053. ',81-9807 
McKav, Patrick, 217 Bridge St., Maysville 41056, 564-3675, 

564-3139 
McKeehan. Donald. R.R. 3. Box 11A W. Elm. Clay 42404, 

664-2505 
McKenty, Lawrence, Route 9, Benton 42025. 527-1405 
McRevnolds, Don. 232 Mills Ave., Flemingsburg 41041, 

845-0231 845-9331 
Maddox, Arthur. 3915 Alford Ave., Louisville 40212, 778-8112 
Marcum. Allen. 531 Manchester Ct., Barbourville 40906, 

546-8047 
Marlowe. William Jr.. 2150 Richmond Rd., Lexington 40502, 

269-3550 
Marquette, Ralph Jr., 231 Hemingway Rl.. Louisville 40207, 

893-2782 
Marshall, Larry, 508 Military St., Georgetown 40324, 863- 

9317, 863-2190 
Mattingly, John, 221 E. Chandler St., Lebanon 40033. 692- 
6984, 336-3526 



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Mattox. Ricky, Box 131 Dupree Hall. Richmond- 40475, 

625-4226 
Maxey, Richard, P.O. Box 87. W. Somerset 42546, 678- 

4888. 679-4401 
Meadows, Marvin, Clayhole 41317, 666-5928 
Medley, Frank, P.O. Box 675. Bardstown 40004, 348-4169, 

348-9281 
Meredith, Denny Jr.. 4010 Blanton Ln., Louisville 40216 
Meredith, Eric. Rt. 3. Elizabethtown 42701. 737-3562 
Messer, Roy Jr.. Gray Hawk 40434, 287-7719 
Messmer. Robert. 201 Ger iLn. #1, Richmond 40475, 624- 

2325 
Meyer, Richard, 454 Grace Ct.. Edgewood 41017, 331-9735, 

621-8770 
Miller, Thomas, 426 Ward Ave.. Bellevue 41073 
Minsterketter. Alan, 1038 Hess Ln.. Louisville 40217, 634- 

1776, 581-5840 
Morrell, Louie, 2659 Kings Hwy., Louisville 40205, 454-0438, 

587-3221 
Morris, Jeif, Carlton Dr. #6. Burlington 41005. 586-6182, 

586-6101, ext. 23 
Morris, Wain. 303 East Brown St., Nicholasville 40356, 

887-1062, 885-5561 
Mosley. David, R.R. 6, Box 684. London 40741, 864-4576, 

864-4185 
Munninghoff, Lance, 161 Steelman Ave., Highland Hgts. 

41076, 441-9329 
Murrell. Allen, 1404 Woodhurst Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 

843-1290 
Murrell, James. Rt. 3. Carlisle 40311, 289-5575. 232-3438 
Napier, Wallace Jr.. Box 371. Evarts 40828. 837-3625, 837-2502 
Nash, Richard. 2260 Carpenter Dr. #4, Owensboro 42301, 

684-0683. 684-9815 
Neace. Glenn. Slones Trailer Ct., Jackson 41339, 666-4725, 

666-7795 
Norris, Jack, 4015 River Park Dr., Louisville 40211, 778-4172 
O'Bryan, Marv Jane, 5705 Whispering Hills, Louisville 40219 
O'Cull. John, Rt. 1, Tollesboro 41189, 798-2211 
O'Nan, Dennis, R.R. 2. Sturgis 42459, 333-2156, 333-5505 
O'Nan. Phillip. R.R. 2. Box 493A. Henderson 42420. 827- 

4553. 826-8367 
Owens, Bruce. Box 12, New Castle 40050, 845-2653, 845-2888 
Owens, Mark, 1307 S. Elm St., Henderson 42420. 827-5201 
Parker. James, 1308 Elm St.. West Point 40177, 922-4991, 

624-1638 
Parker, Lowell, Route 1 Lake Rd., Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-9264 
Peeno. Harrv. 412 General Dr., Ft. Wright 41011. 331-1981 
Penick. Linda. 2711 Melvin Ct., Louisville 40216. 448-2382 
Penix. Richard, P.O. Box 287, Auxier 41602 
Percell, Danny, P.O. Box 611. Horse Cave 42749, 964-1819, 

772-3123 
Peterson. Bill, 203 Rosewood, Bardstown 40004. 348-9696, 

348-9224 
Peterson. John m. P.O. Box 237. Bardstown 40004. 348-4169 
Peyton. William. P.O. Box 34. Harned 40144. 756-2040. 

422-2121 
Phillips. Carol, 210 Gav St.. Glasgow 42141, 651-9641, 

678-0212 
Pickett, Kenneth, Keen Hall WKU. Bowling Green 42101, 

748-5177 
Powell. Robert. 108 Chambers Ave., #2, Georgetown 40324, 

863-9314 
Prater. Allen, P.O. Box 125. Vanceburg 41179 
Prater. Jack, P.O. Box 262. Vanceburg 41179. 796-3058, 

564-2011 
Price, John. 710 Elizaville Ave.. Flemingsburg 41041 
Pvle. James. Box 232. Route 1. Maysville 41056. 883-3442 
Racis, Joe, Dupree Hall. Box 279. Richmond 40475. 625-4106 
Ramsey, Michael. 4016 Bramble Wood Dr., Erlanger 41018, 

525-1225. 342-6400 
Reader. Robert. 8101 Nancy Ln.. Louisville 40258. 935-6296. 

772-3661 
Heinle. Ronnie, Route 1. Box 174, Cox's Creek 40013. 348- 

8100 
Reynolds. Ronald. 71 Criqueside Pk. Morehead 40351, 

784-6058 
Rhodus. Harrv. 1805 Barwick Dr.. Lexington 40505. 299- 

9177 232-2943 
Rice. Willard, 521 N. Mantle. Elizabethtown 42701, 765-7509. 

765-7508 
Richardson. Bob, Route 1. Slaughters 42456. 884-7284. 

821-1478 
Richards, Debra. 425 First St.. Cannelton 47520. 547-4317 
Rideout, Ken, 154 Arlington, Henderson 42420. 826-1439 
Rilev. Jeffrey. 216 Rosewood, Bardstown 40004. 348-3114. 

637-9818 
Rilev. Robert. 109 Dieddah Dr.. Lawrenceburg 40342. 839- 

6608. 839-3061 
Ritchie, William. 6805 Jumper Ct.. Fern Creek 40291. 

539-2572, 636-2851 
Ritter, Tommy, Sweeden 42285. 286-4377. 748-5667 
Robinson, Larry, Box 6. Paintsville 41240, 789-1733. 789-1440 
Robinson. Thomas, 2612 Lincoln Ave., Ashland 41101. 324- 

8843. 324-6111 
Rogers, Charlie David. Box 79, Hustonville 40437, 346-2232 
Rogers. Ralph, 623 S. Franklin, Glasgow 42141. 651-3335, 

786-2111 
Rouse. Thomas. 161 Bonnie Brae, Lexington 40509. 252- 

2843 
Rush, Mark, Burkesville 42717. 864-3451 



Sams, Glenn, Rt. 1, Auburn 42206, 542-6139, 782-1000 
Schomaker, Charles, 943 Palomino Dr., Villa Hills 41016, 

331-2680, 921-4125 
Schuette, Keith, 1706 Hill Rise Dr., #3, Lexington 40504, 

233-4760 
Shain, Debbie, 702 Zorn Ave. #14, Louisville 40206, 897- 

0842. 583-8334 
Shartzer, Stephen K.. 906 Gobel Ave., Louisville 40216, 

363-3252 
Shreve, Tim, 2700 Hurstbourne Ln.. Louisville 40220. 499- 

8219. 452-5071 
Simms. William, Star Route, Shepherdsville 40165, 543- 

2424 543-2425 
Sirls, Brenda, Rt. 5. Benton 42025. 354-6900 
Slover, Troy Jr.. P.O. Box 222, Combs 41729, 436-5951 
Smith, Donald. Box 237 Kirwan Tower, Lexington 40506, 

257-2100 
Spratling. Obie, 416 N. Logsdon Pkwy., Radcliff 40160, 

351-9482 624-2023 
Spui-lock, Ellis. Box 511. Martin 41649. 285-9972 
Spurlock. Lamarr, Printer 41655, 285-3796 
Starnes, Phillip, 512 Greenlawn Dr., Ft. Mitchell 41017, 

341-8855, 241-5487 
Stein. Ken, 2608 Duke Dr. 4-H, Owensboro 42301. 683-4706 
Stewart. Marvin. Box 76, Mt. Olivet 41064, 724-5966. 234-5671 
Stoess. Henry, 704 Merrifield Rd.. Louisville 40207. 895- 

1571, 589-4214 
Stokes, Cubb. 503 Moulton St.. Hickman 42050, 236-3712, 

236-2568 
Stout, Dr. Robert C, Rt. 5 Paddock PI.. Versailles 40383, 

873-8825. 873-7361 
Stuedle. Ray, 1404 Girard Dr.. Louisville 40222, 425-3679, 

893-3852 
Sulfrilge. Larry, CPO 1898 Berea College 40404, 986-1119 
Taylor, Dale. Box 780, Somerset 42501. 379-2772. 678-8111 
Thompson. Thomas. 2504 Larkin Rd. #190, Lexington 40504. 

277-1769, 564-7996 
Taylor, Edward, Box 373, Martin 41649. 886-6462, 285-3777 
Tolliver, Jerry, P.O. Box 162, Frenchburg 40222, 768-2804, 

768-2347 
Towe, Steve, Route 6, Scottsville 42164, 622-6234 
Tucker, Emma Jean. 2070 Garden Springs Dr.. #71, 

Lexineton 40504. 276-1176, 257-3859 
Tucker. Charles, 5353B, Brett Dr., Ft. Knox 40121, 624-5066 
Tucker, Joseph, 4 Beemon Ln.. Florence 41042. 371-8882, 

242-4343 
Tvre, Don, 316 Senate Dr., Frankfort 40601, 223-3668, 

254-6612 
Vance. Hunter, 214 Robin Rd., Bowling Green 42101, 

842-3595. 842-3592 
Vance, Michael, Box 176. McCloud Ave., Worthington 

41183. 836-4607. 836-9525 
Vance, Phillip, 327 Keen HaU. Bowling Green 42101, 748- 

4082 
Vance, Tammv. Pine Top 41843, 642-3823 
Vaughn. Ron?ld. 1626 Lee Dr., Henderson 42420. 826-6820, 

826-5000, ext 249 
Wahl. Katherine, 2311 Citation Ave., Owensboro 42301, 

684-5037 
Wallin. Charles. 668 Northside Dr.. Lexington 40505. 299- 

8639 873-5497 
Ward. Robert. 204C Washington St., Henderson 42420, 

827-3805. 827-3810 
Watson. Dave. Route 2, Box 154, Wallingford 41093 
Watts. Leon, Rt. 2. Box 277, Hazard 41701. Bus. 436-2126 
Weaver. Marilvn. 412 W. Southside Ct.. Louisville 40214, 

366-3095. 423-0220 
Weber, Thomas. 5809 Brandywyne Ct., Louisville 40291, 

239-5066. 426-6020 
Wells. Bernsrd. 109 Midway Ave.. Madisonville 42431, 

825-2547. 821-4033 
Whitehead. Chris. P.O. Box 185, Ft. Knox 40121, 624-6869, 

624-333C 
Whitlow. Brad. 720 Newman Dr.. Bowling Green 42101, 

843-6370 
Whittle, Timmy. Rt. 2. Morehead 40351. 784-7929 
Wibbels. 1900 Bashford Manor Ln. J-98. Louisville 40218. 

459-4541 459-5900 
Williams, Bobby. Sonora 42776, 369-7050, 862-3924 
Williams. Buford. Bullitt Central High School. Shepherds- 
ville 40201 
William. Laffoon, 2735 Zion Rd.. Henderson 42420, 827- 

9720, 521-7815 
Wilson. Malcolm. Rt. 1, Box 252. Paducah 42001, 554-2546, 

442-6131 
Witte, Greg. 35 Trapp Ct., Alexandria 41001, 635-5857 
Woodcock. Stephen. K-2 Mahaffey Dr.. Richmond 40475, 

623-3005. 622-5434 
Woosley, Darrel. P.O. Box 55, Phelps 41553, 456-7597 
Wooton. Danny. 96 Rosemont, Providence 42450. 667-2932, 

667-2613 
Wright, Raleight. Rt. 3, Box 217, Pikeville 41501, 432-3507 
Wright. Robert. 216 Center St., Florence 41042. 371-3361 
Yeager Sherry. C32 Odessa, 235 Wayne Dr.. Richmond 

40475, 624-2563 
Yount. Willie, Box 134, Evarts 40828, 837-3306, 837-3486 
Zumbiel, Randy, 28 Locust St., Erlanger 41018, 828-2211 



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MAYFIELD HIGH SCHOOL CLASS AA CHAMPION 





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(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. L. Canter, J. Currin, N. Cofiell, J. Holder, G. Hobbs, 
J. Pucketi. B. Hendley, C. Wiman, R. Riley. D. Slaughter. B. Isbell. Second Row: Mgr. M. 
Sicierl, B. Berhow, D. Wyatl. J. Waldrop. B. Sparks, T. Nelson. J. Shellon, P. Suiherlin, C. 
Sims, G. Taylor, G. Vincent, D. Elliott, Mgr. J. Creason. Third Row: Mgr. M. Shellon, J. Dillard, 
G. Saxlon. L. Lovelace, D. McAfee. M. Brown, D. Madding, J. Jackson, J. Boyd, G. Hawkins, 
J. Webb, L. Kemp, G. Kerr. Mgr- T. Green. Fourth Row: S. Bradford. B. Ford, M. Glover, 
T. Bouland, Coach L. McDonald, Coach J. Smith, Coach J. Morris, Coach P. Leachy. Coach D. 
Sander, Coach B. Counts, J. Washburn, J. Mason, G. Puckett. 



Mayfield 7 — Nashville Brentwood 22 
Mayfield 28 — Fort Campbell 
Mayfield 20 — East St. Louis High 19 
Mayfield 42 — Murray 
Mayfield 17 — Owensboro Catholic 7 



Mayfield 33 — Hopkinsville 
Mayfield 48 — Trigg Co. 21 
Mayfield 28 — Heath 14 
Mayfield 38 — Caldwell Co. 8 
Mayfield 14 — Paducah Tilghman 



PLAYOFFS 
Mayfield 36 — Warren East 13 
Mayfield 21 — Bardstown 14 
Mayfield 14 — Corbin 13 



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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



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(Left to Right) First Row: D. Chase. B. Freeman. S. Bird. R. Watkins, A. Kelsay, B. Freeman, J. Carroll. T. 
Jackson, D. Barton. C. Powell, R. Grove. Mgr. B. Hart, J. Gomez. K. Brock. Second Row: T. Horvalh, R. Jones, 
J. Spicer, M. Hewlett, J. Igo, M. Chandler, R. Onksl. J. Francioni, J. Bonza, B. Simms, A. Rose, G. Pace, Mgr. G. 
Sullivan. Third Row: R. Hensley. C. McDaniel, D. Nash. B. Sullivan. E. Rose, C. Vermillion, T. Miller, D. Ballou. 
R. Taylor, J. Tipton, J. Parks, J. Hicks. Mgr. B. Cummins. Fourth Row: S. Baird, B. Cummins, D. Gibbs, C. Kennedy, 
R. Francioni, B. Moody, R Brown. J. Cox. R. Huff, D. Eubanks. P. Pietrowski. B. Pennington, D. Brock, Mgr. B. Davis. 



FRANKFORT HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS A STATE RUNNER-UP 




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(Left to Right) First Row: N. Tate. J. Wiard. W. Cotton. C. Anglin. B. Hubbard. Ft. Siauffer. R. Waller, R- Stivers, 
R. Uellschi. B. Vest, L. Harris. S. Amburgey, J. Williams. Second Row: R. Mitchell, J. Samuels, G. Stevenson, J. Han- 
cock, B. Graham. J. Parker, J. Coffey, P. Edwards, E. Calhoun, S. Clark. G. Sams, J. Douglas, D. Gayle, G. Stanley, 
F. McGowan. Third Row: B. Evins (Manager), K. Townsend, K. Hocker, D. Spencer, C. Hagg, D. Updike, M. Fleming, 
P. Faris, T. Collins, B. Lewis, T. Redden, M. Stivers, M. Stamper, D. Burris. Fourth Row: G. Jones, K. Mason, J. 
Withers. K. Burch, J. Washington, J. Gabbard, B. Ward. D. Johnson, J. Bennett, R. Amburgey, T. Ryan, P. Parker, 
C. Woolums, D. Pulliam, M. Head. 



FORT CAMPBELL — CLASS A, REGION I, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 







(Left to Right) Front Row: S. Skelton. F. Togia. R. Gibbs. M. Spinelli. S. Heliums. J. Smithee. T. Block, T. Spinelli. 
Second Row: C. Meyers. B. Tolley, H. Lester. A. Coston, A. Offutt. D. Felder. M. Roland, F. Perkins. Third Row: 
S. Cornell. E. Gillespie, D. Moss. J. Kruwell, K. Odister, S. Tolbert. B. Balchelor, B. Church. Fourth Row: C. Oiborn. 
D. Cabrinha, N. Miller. M. Balkus, M. Miller. I. Stevenson. M. Fink. J. Schacht. Mgr. Fifth Row: D. Guillory. G. 
Hood, W. Walker, L. Henry. A. Smith, D. Friels. Mgr. S. Leenhouts. Sixth Row: Coach R. Bell, Coach R. Cobb, MgT. 
C. Feeney. Mgr. J. Oliver. Mgr. S. Reid. Mgr. T. Hood, Coach H. Mills. Coach M. Patterson. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XL 



JANUARY, 1978 



$1.00 Per Year 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, on Saturday, December 17, 1977. The 
meeting was called to order by President Ray 
Story at 10:00 A.M.. with Board members Norman 
Passmore, Denval Barriger, Zeb Blankenship, Jack 
Burkich, Joseph McPherson, George Sauer, Bar- 
ney Thweatt, Paul Trimble; Commissioner Tom 
Mills, Assistant Commissioners Dianne Caines and 
Billy V. Wise present. Conley Manning and Darrell 
Wells were present representing the State De- 
partment of Education and the State School Boards 
Association, respectively. The invocation was given 
by Zeb Blankenship. 

Norman Passmore moved, seconded by George 
Sauer, that the minutes of the October 8, 1977, 
meeting of the Board be approved. The motion 
was carried unanimously. 

Barney Thweatt made the motion that the 
minutes of the November 14, 1977, meeting of the 
Board be approved. Denval Barriger seconded the 
motion and it passed unanimously. 

President Story introduced Prin. Thomas 
Stephenson, Heath High School, and one of his 
students, Pat Thomasson. Commissioner Mills re- 
viewed the case that was presented to the Board 
the first time in the October 8, meeting. Mr. 
Stephenson had requested that the Board waive 
By-Law 5, Section 1, Enrollment, Maximum Num- 
ber of Semesters, because of an injury that Pat 
sustained during the first game of their football 
season. Mr. Stephenson presented the case again 
to the Board for their consideration. After a 
lengthy discussion, Norman Passmore moved, 
seconded by Paul Trimble, that the appeal be 
denied. The motion passed by a vote of 8-1. 

Mr. Mills presented the material received from 
Owensboro High School requesting that By-Law 
5, Section 1, be waived in the case of Cully Nelson. 
After discussing the facts of the case, George 
Sauer moved, seconded by Zeb Blankenship, that 
the By-Law not be waived. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

The Board then discussed the case from Lone 
Oak High School, concerning By-Law 5, Section 4, 
Preceding Semester. Denval Barriger moved, 
seconded by Joseph McPherson, that the By-Law 
be waived in the case of Kim Moore. The motion 
carried 8-1. 

The Board heard a request from Tompkins- 
ville High School, presented by Mr. Mills, asking 
that the Board waive By-Law 6, Section 1, in the 
case of Sammy Tooley. After a lengthy discussion, 
Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Jack Bur- 
kich, that the By-Law be waived. The motion 
carried by a vote of 7-2. 

Barney Thweatt presented a letter from Mr. 
Phillip Walker concerning the eligibility of his son, 
Jed, at Christian County High School. This case 
concerns By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule. Fol- 
lowing the presentation of Mr. Walker's request, 
Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Zeb Blank- 
enship, that the Transfer Rule not be waived in 
this case. The motion passed unanimously. 

Prin. Howard Crittenden, Henderson County 
High School, presented to the Board proposals 
from the Big Eight Conference. With Mr. Critten- 
den were four other principals representing the 



Big Eight Conference; Prin. Frank List, Apollo 
High School; Prin. Floyd Brown, Madisonville- 
North Hopkins High School; Prin. Bill Van Winkle, 
Owensboro High School; Father Gerald Calhoun, 
Owensboro Catholic High School. The Board was 
very pleased with the recommendations and pro- 
posals made by the representatives of the Big 
Eight Conference and President Story thanked 
them for coming before the Board. 

Supt. Charles Harris then came before the 
Board to discuss the problem that Somerset High 
School has in scheduling football games. Mr. 
Harris introduced Prin. Jim Andy Sears and Coach 
John Cain and asked them to present the case in 
detail. After their presentation and a lengthy dis- 
cussion the Board offered a number of suggestions 
which Somerset High School and the K.H.S.A.A. 
office will work on during the next few weeks. 

President Story made a motion, seconded by 
Joseph McPherson, that the Board go into Execu- 
tive Session. Commissioner Mills gave a report to 
the Board about his meeting with the State Board 
for Elementary and Secondary Education. In the 
meeting, Mr. Mills asked the State Board for an 
extension in complying with their recommenda- 
tions from January 1, 1978, to July 1, 1978. Barney 
Thweatt made the motion to proceed with the 
compliance and authorize Mr. Mills to ask for six 
months extension. The motion was seconded by 
George Sauer, and it carried unanimously. 

Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise reported 
that the football playoffs continue to be successful. 
He presented the Board with a financial report on 
the finals played in all classes, with Classes A, AA 
and AAA being played at Eastern Kentucky Uni- 
versity, Richmond, and Class AAAA being played 
at the Fairgrounds, Louisville. After a discussion 
concerning an additional amount for expenses to 
be allotted to each team taking part in the final 
games, Paul Trimble moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore, that each of the eight schools involved 
receive an additional amount of $1,200.00. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Chairman George Sauer of the Football Com- 
mittee gave a report on the Committee's recom- 
mendations on the new football alignment for the 
1979-80 season. Mr. Sauer explained the recom- 
mendations including the new set-up of sub- 
districts. It was also recommended that By-Law 42 
be changed to read "all district games to be played 
during any season shall be scheduled on or before 
September 1 of that season. Out-of-district games 
to be played on or before the first weekend in 
November may be scheduled at any time." Mr. 
Sauer made a motion, seconded by Denval Bar- 
riger, that the recommendations made by the foot- 
ball committee be adopted. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

The Board approved the request of Hancock 
County High School to be changed from football 
District 2, Region I, to District 1, Region II, in 
their class. They also approved the recommended 
re-alignment of Football Class AA, Region II, 
District 2, as submitted by member schools in 
that region. 

Upon a motion by Joseph McPherson, seconded 

by Norman Passmore, and a unanimous vote of 

the Board, the following regulations concerning 

fees for district, regional and state basketball 

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Page Two THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1978 

JANUARY. 1978 VOL. XL— No. 6 Board Minutes 

Published monthly, except June and July, by Ihe 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication. 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502. (Continued from Page One) 
Lexington, Ky. 40502 

, i «4=„« „=!.) =« t .vinnion Kontuckv tournament officials were adopted. The district 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, iteniucKy . M .*" ^ An 

Acceptance for mailing at special rale of postage provided tournament officials shall receive a fee Of $30.00 

for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized per game, the regional tournament officials shall 

May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. tqm mjlls receive a fee of $35.00 per game and the state 

Assistant" Edltor~~~~l""I~_"--"-- -— — " JEAN batsel tournament officials shall receive $40.00 per game. 

Assistant Editor __I II dianne H. caines These are to apply to both boys and girls tourna- 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT t 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE menl 

Lexington. Kentucky Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Zeb 

board of control Blankenship, that the transportation allowance 

President _ Ray story (1974-1978) Radcliff shall be 10<£ per mile per car for all necessary 

Vice-Pres. Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington travel. In the event it is necessary for the official 

Directors Denval Barriger (1975-1979), Bowling Green, . „: nvprnifht at the tournament -site he nr 

Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Jack Burkich to remain overmgm at Hie lournameru sue ne or 

(1976-1980). whitesburg; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), she shall be paid an additional $20.00 per day for 

Louisville; Giendon Ravenscraft (1976-1979), Alexandria; lodging and meals. The same rates shall apply for 

Si?7T98l) a H^iiVvVli 1 e 9 rp-au 1 L ^Sb.e ( lUs-wIo ) .faints! both boys and girls tournament officials. The mo- 

ville. Conley Marining, State Dept. of Education repre- tion passed unanimously. 

George Sauer made a motion, seconded by 

Subscription Rate Si .00 per year Norman Passmore, that the meal allottment for 

__ ,,, , jfdjmjt. the State Basketball Tournaments be made the 
cA>om fAe ToommiMeoM.e/' 4 ([Mice same for both boys and girls. The motion passed 
'' unanimously. 

Billy Wise gave a report on selecting district 

INFORMATION and regional tournament officials for 1978. Barney 

c _ . „., uiru cr\ic\c\v n a cfCTu ait Thweatt made the motion that officials be assigned 

ilAlU hULrri il^hiAJUL BASIVI: 1 BALL outside the district and region in which they re- 

Tr»TTT?i\T AlV/TP'M'TC side. Zeb Blankenship seconded the motion and 

lUUftlNAMElMS it passed unanimously. 

(Boys and Girls) Paul Trimble made a motion, seconded by 

The 1978 State High School Girls' and Boys' Zeb Blankenship, that Mr. Mills be authorized to 

Basketball Tournaments will be held at Eastern take bids from the TV stations for the semi-finals 

Kentucky University, Richmond, on March 15-18, and finals of the 1978 Boys' State Basketball 

and Freedom Hall, Louisville, on March 22-25, re- Tournament and that the radio fees be the same 

spectively. The first session of the tournament is as last year. The motion carried unanimously, 

scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. The Board gave Commissioner Mills permis- 

On or after February 1, 1978, K.H.S. Boys' sion to change the date of the drawing for the 

State Tournament, P.O. Box 7502, Lexington, Ken- State Basketball Tournaments from February 24 

tucky 40502, will accept mail orders for complete to February 22 so that Kentucky Educational 

sets of tickets for the tournament. The orders for Television can televise the drawing, 

the boys' tournament will be filled after the „ ,..„ , ., _ , 

schools have received the tickets allotted to them Commissioner Mills gave a report to the Board 

under the plan of distribution set up by the on the catastrophic insurance that the KH S.A.A. 

K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control. The orders from the Parries for athletes of member schools. Following 

300 member schools will take all the box seats on ^ e re p ° r \, George Sauer made a motion, seconded 

the sides, all the chair seats below the boxes and b -V p _ful Trimble, that the Commissioner be di- 

chair seats in the center chair section. rected to secure rates for additional coverage and 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for Present them to the Board for consideration. The 

the girls' tournament are as follows: side chair motl t 01 i ^ned unanimously. President Story in- 

seats are $32.00; all bleacher seats are $24.00. dicated tiiat he would appoint a committee from 

Only complete sets of tickets may be ordered by the Board to stud y the entlre K.H.S.A.A. insur- 

mail. Checks or money orders should be made an ce program. 

payable to Girls' State Tournament Ticket Sales. Assistant Commissioner Wise discussed with 

Mail orders will be accepted on or after February the Bo ard the problem of assigning secretaries 

1 Tickets for individual sessions may be pur- working games in the sport in which they assign 

fc™, tU^t t0Urnament Slte any tme dUrmg games. Joseph McPherson moved, seconded by 

the tournament. 2. , _ . ,, , ,, . . . . , J 

„_ . .. , , . ,„ ... Denval Barriger. that all assigning secretaries do 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for officiate ball games in the sport they assign, 

the boys tournament are as follows: End box _, ,. . ° :* ... r . J ° u 

seats, $32.00; side balcony chair seats, $24.00. Each The motion carried with eight ayes and one ab- 

order must include a remittance of $1.00 for stention. 

postage and insurance on the tickets, and checks The next meeting date for the Board was 

should be made payable to K.H.S. Boys' State scheduled for January 20, 1978, at 10:00 A.M., at 

Tournament. Orders for individual session tickets Execut ive Inn-East, Louisville, 
will be accepted during the February 6-28 period, 

and should not be included with orders for com- Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Paul 
plete sets of tickets mailed prior to that time. Trimble, that all bills of the Association for the 
Tickets available for individual session tickets will period beginning October 1, 1977, and ending No- 
be side balcony chair seals at $4.00 a session and vember 30, 1977, be allowed. The motion was 
end balcony chair seats at '3.00. All seats in Free- carried unanimously, 
dom Hall are chairs. An over-the-counter sale will " . 
begin at Freedom Hall on March 10 and continue There being no further busmess, the meeting 
through the tournament. was adjourned. 



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Page Three 



NOTICE TO PRINCIPALS! 

K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and By-Laws 

ARTICLE IX 

AMENDMENTS 

Sec. 1. Deadline for Filing 

On or before March 1 of each year a member 
school may file with the Commissioner any pro- 
posed change in the Association's Constitution and 
By-Laws. The Commissioner shall submit these 
proposed changes to the member schools prior to 
the annual meeting. Except by a two-thirds vote 
of the delegates, no proposals other than these 
may be considered at the annual meeting. 
Sec. 2. Vote Necessary to Amend 

A two-thirds majority of all votes cast by the 
delegates at the annual meeting shall be neces- 
sary to amend the Constitution and By-Laws. 



Wrestling Regions 

The Board of Control has set up eight regions 
in wrestling. The region, the name of the manager 
and the schools assigned to each region are listed 
below. If your school plans to enter a team and 
is not listed in any region, will you please contact 
this office or the regional manager nearest you. 

The drawing for the State Wrestling Tourna- 
ment will be held at Atherton High School on 
February 8, at 7:30 P.M. 

The State Wrestling Tournament will be held 
at the Atherton High School, Louisville, on Febru- 
ary 10-11, 1978. Orville Williams and Gene Minton 
will manage the State Tournament. 

Christian County Region (Wilton C. Gant) — 
Caldwell County, Christian County, Fort Campbell, 
Hopkinsville, Madisonville, Mayfield, Paducah 
Tilghman, Trigg County, Union County, Webster 
County 

West Hardin Region (Jim Davis) — East Har- 
din, Fort Knox, Hancock County, Henderson Coun- 
ty, North Hardin, West Hardin 

West Jefferson Region (Robert Haydock) — 
Doss, Fairdale, Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, 
Western 

Central Jefferson Region (Larry Mann) — 
Durrett, Ky. School for the Blind, Male, Moore, 
St. Xavier, Seneca, Trinity 

East Jefferson Region (Richard Lombard) — 
Ballard, Central, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jefferson- 
town, Manual, Waggener, Westport 

Frankfort Region (Raymond Webb) — Boyle 
County, Danville, Frankfort, Franklin County, 
Jessamine County, Millersburg Military Institute, 
Oldham County, Washington County, Woodford 
County 

Northern Kentucky Region (Jerry Abney) — 
Boone County, Campbell County, Conner, Cov- 
ington Catholic, Holmes, Newport, Newport Catho- 
lic, Simon Kenton 

Lexington Region (Dave Bunnell) — Boyd 
County, Bryan Station, Harrison County, Henry 
Clay. Johnson Central, Lafayette, Lawrence Coun- 
ty, Middlesboro, Oneida Institute, Paintsville, 
Tates Creek 



INFORMATION 

1978 SWIMMING MEETS 

The events for the State Swimming Meets for 
1978 will be the same as those listed in the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and By-Laws, Swimming 
Regulations, on pages 62-63. We will use the Na- 
tional Federation Rules. 



Dates — Class AAA (Boys and Girls) February 17- 

18, 1978 

Girls starting time 10:00 A.M.— Friday, Feb. 17. 

Boys starting time 10:00 A.M. — Saturday, Feb. 

18. 
Class AA (Boys and Girls) February 24-25, 1978 

Girls starting time 10:00 A.M.— Friday, Feb. 24. 

Boys starting time 10:00 A.M. — Saturday, Feb. 

25. 
Site — Plantation Swim Club (Classes AAA and AA) 

8609 Westport Road 

Louisville, Kentucky 40222 

CLASS AAA BOYS 



Apollo 

Atherton 

Ballard 

Bowling Green 

Bryan Station 

Central 

Daviess County 

DeSales 

Eastern 

Fern Creek 

Henderson County 



Henry Clay 

Lafayette 

Owensboro 

Paul G. Blazer 

St. Xavier 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Tates Creek 

Trinity 

Waggener 

Westport 



CLASS AAA GIRLS 



Apollo 
Assumption 
Atherton 
Ballard 

Bowling Green 
Bryan Station 
Central 

Daviess County 
Eastern 
Fern Creek 
Henderson County 
Henry Clay 



Lafayette 

Louisville Collegiate 

Moore 

Owensboro 

Paul G. Blazer 

Sacred Heart 

Seneca 

Tates Creek 

Trinity 

Waggener 

Westport 



CLASS AA BOYS 



Beechwood 
Campbell County 
Christian County 
Conner 

Covington Catholic 
Covington Latin 
Dixie Heights 
Elizabeth town 
Fleming County 
Franklin County 
Greenville 
Highlands 
Hopkinsville 
Kentucky Country Day 



Kentucky School f/t 

Blind 
Kentucky School f/t Deaf 
Knott County 
Lloyd Memorial 
Madisonville-N. Hopkins 
Model 
Murray 
Newport 

Newport Catholic 
Oneida Institute 
Russell 

Simon Kenton 
Woodford County 



CLASS AA GIRLS 



Beechwood 
Campbell County 
Christian County 
Conner 
Dixie Heights 
Elizabethtown 
Fleming County 
Franklin County 
Highlands 
Hopkinsville 
Kentucky Country Day 
Kentucky School f/t 

Blind 

Kentucky School f/t DeafWoodford County 
Knott County 



LaSalette 

Lloyd Memorial 

Madisonville-N. Hopkins 

Model 

Mt. St. Joseph 

Murray 

Newport 

Notre Dame 

Oneida Institute 

Russell 

Scott County 

Simon Kenton 

Villa Madonna 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1978 



HENRY COUNTY — CLASS AA, REGION II, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPIONS 




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(Left to Right) Front Row: P. Williamson, T. Chilton, G. Chaudin. P. Oliver, A. Sadler. N. Pruietl. T. Adams, J. 
Wells, T. Whaley. Second Row: M. Clark. C. Bright, L. Hunter, T. James, R. McAlister, R. Fentress. T. Chilton. S. Smith, 
B. Callis. Third Row: K. Bales, R. Price, C. Abney, M. Morris, D. Buchanan. B. Innel, D. Hawkins, M. Cunningham, 
Mgr. B. Smith, J. Heightchew. 



CHRISTIAN COUNTY — CLASS AAAA, REGION I, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 







(Left to Right) Front Row: B. Bittman, M. Fraser, D. McGee. D. Melton, M. Finky, B. Stokes, M. Thomas. R. Richey. 
J. Altman. T. Barnwell, C. Pendleton. Second Row: D. West, W. Howell, R. Cook. S. King, M. Chambers, J. Hanson, 
R. Spain, J. Littlefield, P. Finley, C. Gager, G. Todd. Third Row: I. Owens, D. Osborne. R. Willis. D. Boylan, J. Lan- 
caster, A. Grimes. D. Hollowell, J. Faulk, B. Shemwell, M. Stewart. 



HENRY CLAY — CLASS AAAA STATE, REGION III, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 

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(Left to Right) First Row: F. Minifield, M. Walter, ... . T. Beauchamp. T. Kelly. G. Watkins. Second Row: 

D. Sagester, B. Fibert, G. Prewitt, J. Phillips. P. Mahan. D. Mcintosh. J. Wood, L. Tully, R. Mitchell. 

Third Row: T. Hague, K. Hostin, . D. Stephens. T. Douglas. J. Barrett. S. Hall. C. Hallaron, F. Bickel. D. Guy. 

Fourth Row: R. Lowe. M. Pagnani. D. Considine. A. Stone, R. Seayle, T. Washington, R. Corbin, , M. Cory, 

S. Warren. Fifth Row: D. Sebastian. S. McDonald, D. Burke. N. Ramon, . , B. Wheeler, K. Stepp. J. Woodruff, 

S. Young. Sixth Row: R. Wilkerson, S. Blout, F. Ackiss. S. Mayes. J. Bates, R. Dallon. A. Yeast. , D. Scott. 

Seventh Row: , T. Owsley. J. Maynard, J. Reece, T. Cornell. S. Brunfield, N. Jones, J. Rowe, J. Cromule. 
Eighth Row: M. HuUett, M. Mason. , S. Sadlixi. 



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1977-78 Basketball 

Approved and Certified Officials 

A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered offi- 
cials qualified for the advanced rating of Ap- 
proved and Certified as a result of the National 
Federation Basketball examinations which was 
given in Kentucky December 5, 1977. Only of- 
ficials receiving these higher ratings are eligible 
to work in the district and regional tournaments. 
Only Certified officials are eligible to work in the 
State Tournament. 

Basketball officials who qualified for ad- 
vanced ratings during the current season are as 
follows: 

CERTIFIED 



Acton, Claude J. 
Adams, Beverly 
Adams, Jim 
Adkins, Leslie 
Adkins, Robert C. Jr. 
Allen, Doug 
Allen, Nelson 
Allen, Thomas 
Allen, Yvon 
Allgood, Russell 
Anders, Raleigh 
Anderson, Edward 
Ashurst, Michael L. 
Bair, David 
Baker, Janice 
Baldwin, Dennis 
Banks, Buddy 
Barnes, Barry L. 
Basler, Mel 
Bell, Clarence 
Bell, Henry 
Bell, Robert J. 
Bell, Ronald K. 
Bertsch, Ron 
Beshears, Jim T. 
Bevins, Wallace 
Bibb, Ennis W. 
Billips, Douglas 
Biter, Charles 
Black, Willis 
Bogar, Joseph 
Bohanon, Alan K. 
Bone, Gerald W. 
Boyd, Thomas 
Branstetter, Charles E. 
Brewer, Jerry 
Bridges, Ralph 
Brock, Alben 
Brock, John D. 
Brockman, Gerald K. 
Brody, Theresa 
Brothers, Dottie 
Browder, Homer 
Brown, Lyman D. 
Brown, Michael 
Browning. Wayne 
Bryant, Jimmy 
Bullock, James D. 
Bullock, Larry E. 
Bunch, Bill 
Burkhart, James 
Bush. Karmen 
Butcher, "Bo" 
Butcher, Stephen 
Butner. Billy 
Camacho, Marcus 
Carnes, D. Dwight 
Carpenter, Jasper 
Carr, Larry 
Cash, Charles C. 
Cates, Bill 
Cecil, Ronald 



Center, Mike 
Clark, Ken 
Clayton, Gary L. 
Click, Edgle 
Cobb, Mike 
Cochran, Ray D. 
Coffman, Steve 
Colley, Lynn W. 
Collier, Burnard 
Collins, Ron 
Combs, Henry B. 
Conder, Joseph 
Congleton, S. Jay 
Conley, Joseph D. 
Cooksey, Marvin 
Copley, Sidney 
Cotton, Carl 
Cox, James M. 
Cox, Ken 
Cox, Rufus A. 
Craiger, Bobby F. 
Cravens, Robert L. 
Crisp, Jackie Day 
Cundiff, Curt 
Cupp, Jackie 
Curry, Randall 
Daniel, Roger T. 
Daniels, Robert A. 
Dant, Joseph B. 
Davis, Jay W. 
Davis, Thomas A. 
Day, Jack L. 
Day, Richard W. 
Dennedy, Bob 
DeVary, Bill 
Dill, James Roger 
Dillihay, Ralph E. 
Divine, Wayne L. 
Dixon, Billy M. 
Dixon, Ron 
Doll, Allen 
Dowd, Jim 
Drake, Richard 
Driskell, Earl Jr. 
Drnevich, Roxanne 
Duff. Birchell 
Duff, Earl 
Durbin, Hade Jr. 
Durbin, Roy 
Duvall. Thomas J. Sr. 
Dyke, Dean 
Early, Robert G. 
East, William L. 
Eaves, James K. 
Ebel. Jack D. 
Elliott, Michael C. 
Emmons. Guy W. 
Estes, Walter 
Evans, Lewis 
Everly, Phyllis 
Farley, Jimmy 
Featherstone, Jerry 



Feger, George 
Finley, Howard 
Florence, Joe 
Floyd, Richard 
Flynn, Bobby 
Fox, Joanna 
Frazier, Mac 
Freppon, Tom 
Fritz, John C. 
Froebel, Marty 
Funk, Carol Ann 
Gaddie, Gary 
Gardner, Gary M. 
Gatterdam, Ed L., Jr. 
Gentry, Dale J. 
Geurin, Joe 
Gibbons, Mike 
Gibson, Fred 
Gibson, Gerald L. 
Gibson, Russell K. 
Gilbert, Gerald 
Gilliam, Steve 
Goldey, William H. 
Goode, Earl A. 
Gordon, Roy T 
Gorrell, Howard 
Gover, Luid 
Greathouse, Frank 
Green, Donald P. 
Greer, Phil 
Griffith. Michael R. 
Gupton, Lawrence 
Haas, Tom V. 
Hackett, Wilbur L. 
Hall, Donald W. 
Hall, Richard G. 
Hall, Tommy D. 
Hall, William W. 
Hamm, Gerald 
Hammons, George 
Hampton, Doug 
Hardin, Don G. 
Hargis, Noel 
Harp, David 
Harper, James A. 
Harper, Robie 
Harrison, Tim 
Hawkins, Donald H. 
Hayden, John O. 
Hayes, James V. 
Head, Jack B., Jr. 
Henderson, Roger 
Henson, Don 
Hicks, Gene 
Higdon, Sam 
Hill. James 
Hill, Sue 
Hilton, Billy 
Hobbs. C. V.. Jr. 
Holt. Larry K. 
Holt. Robert 
Holt. Terrell W. 
Hook, Don 
Home, Jordan E. Jr. 
Houk, Jackie 
Hourigan. James F. 
Howard. Dwight W. 
Howard. James 
Hughes, Brenda 
Hughes, Rufus 
Hummel. Thomas 
Hunt. William G. 
Jackson, Dennis 
Jackson, Edward 
Jackson, Robert H. 
Jansen, Jean 
Jenkins. Jerry 
Jent. Richard L. 
Johnson, Gayle W. 



Johnson, Harry B. 
Johnson, James M. 
Johnson, John L. 
Johnson, Jerry L. 
Johnson, Walter 
Jones, Alexander 
Jones, Denver 
Kazunas, Gerald 
Keatley, James 
Keeling, Reuben 
Kelley, Larry 
Kemper, Nancy 
King, Raymond H. 
Kirk, Charles 
Kirk, Walter C. 
Klump, William R. 
Knauer, Glen M. 
Kouns, Robert 
Lamar, Houston O. 
Lamastus, Randall 
Lambert, Irvin 
Layne, Bert 
Lawson, Rondell 
Leber, Jerry L. 
Lee, David 
Lefevers, Colman J. 
Lehkamp, Kenneth H. 
Liedtke, Joseph 
Lile, Clyde F. 
Littlepage, Pryce 
Loeser. Alan J. 
Long, James E. 

Long, Robert F. 

Long, Steve 
Lusby, George 

McAnally, Tom 

McCarley, John 

McCarthy, Steve 

McClure, Jerry 

McGinty, L. V. Jr. 

McKenzie, Dwight E. 

McKenzie, Jim 

McLean, Gordon 

McMillin, Larry 

McPike, Ray S. Jr. 

Madon, Robert L. 

Maines, George 

Maxey, Michael 

Meadors, William 

Meadows, Marvin 

Meredith, Denny E. Jr. 

Meredith, Eric 

Meyer, Ray 

Middleton, John 

Milbern, Daniel L. 

Miller, Harold P. 

Monks. Ronald 

Montgomery, Chester 

Moody, W. R. 

Moore. Franklin 

Moore, James H. 

Moore, Marvin 

Moore, Robert 

Morgan, Earl M. 

Morgan, Richard 

Morris, Edward 

Morris, J. C. 

Morris, Larry 

Morrison, Dan 

Morse, Richard K. 

Moser, Rudy C. 

Mullins, William B. 

Murdach, Leslie 

Murphy. Michael 

Murt, Gene 

Napier, Wallace Jr. 

Neace, Glenn 

Neely. Jim R. 

Overby, Jerry 



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Owens, Bruce E. 
Owens, Bruce V. 
Owens, Jerry W. 
Pace, Donald 
Page, James N. 
Palko, Edward T. 
Pearl, George Jr. 
Peden, Harlan C. II 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Pelphrey, Joe D. 
Pelphrey, Paul L. 
Pence, William J. 
Percell, Danny 
Perry, James E. 
Perry, Robert T. 
Peterson, Maggie 
Phillips, Harold D. 
Phillips, Thomas M. 
Pietrowski, Paul 
Plummer, William B. 
Poe, Thomas 
Pogue, Ivan G. 
Polly, Rex 
Purcell, Ken 
Racke, Jerry W. 
Radjunas, Ed 
Ramey, Gary 
Ramsey, Mike 
Raymer, Don L. 
Reader, Robert 
Redle, Joel E. 
Revis, David 
Rhodes, Cecil 
Rhodus, Harry D. 
Rich, Dennis W. 
Ring, Bill 
Roesel, Joseph 
Rogers, Ralph 
Rogers, Rufus 
Runyon, Tommy D. 
Russell. Clem 
Sams, Glenn 
Saylors, Carlee 
Schneider, Dan 
Sears, Wilson 
Sears, Joe 
Sellier, Edward Jr. 
Selvy, Curt 
Shain, Debbie 
Shaw, Earl 
Shearer, Bob 
Shields, Don 
Shuck. Thomas G. 
Sigler, Susie 
Sims, Frank D. 
Skaggs, Bobby L. 
Skaggs, Robert "BILL" 
Smallwood, Talmadge 
Smith. Benny L. 
Smith, Ronald K. 
Smith, Wayne N. 
Smith, Wiilard N. 
Smith, William E. 
Spalding, Randall 
Spencer, Irv 
Spoonamore, Jim 



Spratling, Obie 
Stacy, Donme R. 
Stark, Douglas 
Stethen, James E. 
Stevenson, M. G. 
Stikeleather, Clyde L. 
Stoess, Henry L. 
Stokes, Tommy G. 
Stone, Sidney P. 
Stovall, Cathy 
Stovall, Thomas 
Strain, Richard P. 
Strauss, William W. 
Strong, Charles E. Jr. 
Studle, Ronald 
Stuedle, Ray 
Sullivan, Dan L. 
Sumner, Carl 
Swope, Thomas R. 
Switzer, Richard J. Jr. 
Szyper, Richard T. 
Taylor, Bill 
Taylor, Dale 
Taylor, Donald D. 
Thompson, Beth 
Thompson, Gerald D. 
Thompson, Joe 
Thompson, Ronnie 
Thompson, Thomas A. 
Thompson, Tom D. 
Thomson, Cecil W. 
Tindall, Clifford 
Tinsley, Marion F. 
Turpin, Donald W. 
Turpin, Ronald D. 
Tyler, Kenneth R. 
Urlage, Dick 
Vance, Hunter 
Vanover, J. W. 
Vanover, Wiley G. 
Vinson, Ray R. 
Vories, Dick 
Vories, Gary 
Vories, Kent 
Votaw, Tony 
Wages, Robert 
Wallace, John E. 
Ward, Nan K. 
Ward, Robert L. 
Watson, Neil S. 
Webster, Norman E. 
Weihe, Robert J. 
Wells, Glenn 
Weyer, James G. 
White, William L. 
Whitehead. Chris 
Wickley, Edward P. Jr. 
Williams, Gary 
Williams, Becky 
Williams, Bobby 
Williams, Donald L. 
Williams, Gregory 
Wilson. Paul 
Wilferd, Shirley C. 
Winfrey. Shelby 
Wood, Gary Lee 



APPROVED 



Adams. Ray Jr. 
Allen, Brent 
Allen, Elmer L. 
Anderson, Michael L. 
Anderson, Ralph Jr. 
Appling. James 
Asher, Ralph 



Atzinger, Phyllis 
Backart. Tony 
Bain, Stanley 
Baker, Douglas 
Baker, William A. 
Barker, Kenny R. 
Barnes, Roger 



Bartley, Joseph R. 
Belcher, William Otis 
Bernardini, Bruno 
Bertrand, Earl F. 
Bishop, Paul 
Black, Charles D. Jr. 
Blair, Jeff 

Blythe, John Wesley 
Boisture, Roy W. 
Bonar, John 
Bond, Terry 
Boucher, Larry G. Jr. 
Brady, Ron 
Brandon, Jerome 
Brantley, Delmer 
Brewer, Charles A. 
Brewer, Lloyd 
Brock, Jack W. 
Brockman, Ken E. 
Brockman, Tom 
Brooks, Carl 
Brown, Allen L. 
Brown, Barry 
Brown, Judy C. 
Brown, Rickie F. 
Brown, Ronnie E. 
Brown, Steve 
Brown, Wendell 
Browning, John T. 
Buell, Elijah 
Buerger, Tim 
Bugg. James M. 
Burkart, Robert 
Burket, Larry F. 
Burton, Billy J. 
Byars, Don W. 
Cadwell. Charles W. 
Campbell Dexter L. 
Carter, Michael 
Casada, Lonnie 
Casey, Ancie L. 
Cash, Harold L. 
Castle, Banner 
Catron, Ken 
Cessna, Clayborn 
Chappie, Charles 
Compton, Adolphus 
Coppage, Hugh 
Cornelison, Michael R. 
Crabb, Betty 
Crabb, John 
Craig, Ronald 
Crick. Dwiane 
Crittendon, David 
Croft, Frank 
Cross, Roger 
Crouse, James W. 
Crume, Jane B. 
Dammert, Michael D. 
Damron, Adam G. 
Davis, Bobby 
Davis, John C. 
Davis, Larry 
Decker, Jim 
Dierig, Tom 
Dixon, Oscar 
Dobson, Joe B. 
Doty Darrel R. 
Douthwaite, Dan 
Dozier. Dennis M. 
Duff. Alger B. 
Duff, Patricia 
Eads, Ronald Lynn 
Eddings. Wendell 
Edmondson. Johnny B. 
Edwards, Wayne D. 
Etienne, Donald H. 
Feltner, Danny 



Fisk, Ron 
Flesch, Jerry 
Forsythe, N. R. 
Francis, William R. 
Fuchs, Martha L. 
Gabbard, John 
Gabbard, Ray 
Gibson, Gary F. 
Gillespie, Vicky L. 
Grant, Neilson E. 
Gray, Gary D. 
Gray, Kenneth 
Green, James D. 
Grieme, Williams 
Gregg, Lonnie 
Griffin, David 
Groce, William R. 
Guthrie, Gilliam F. 
Halbert, Kathy 
Hamm, Ritchie 
Harrington, Tim 
Hart, Peggy J. 
Hawkins, Stewart D. 
Hedges, Dennis A. 
Hickey, Tom 
Hicky, Tom R. 
Hilpp, Louis E. 
Holt, Ronald 
Holt, Timothy 
Hopson, James E. 
Houchens, Tom 
Hourigan, Timothy A. 
Hubbard, Oscar 
Isaac, Barbara 
Jackson, Stephen A. 
Jarvis, Robert M. 
Jeffers, Steve 
Jenkins, Burney 
Jennings, James H. 
Johns, James E. 
Johnson, Frank J. 
Johnson, Michael 
Jones, Douglas 
Jones, Ken 
Keene, Johnny 
Kessinger, Michael W. 
King, David L. 
Kistner, Gary L. 
Kristof, Daivd 
Kluepfel, Joseph 
Knight, Tommy 
Lasky, Barbara A. 
Latham, Billy 
Lee, Charles J. 
Liggett, Ernie 
Louden, Forrest 
Luttrell, Daisy Mae 
Lyons, Ronald G. 
McDowell, Benny 
McGavic, Ronald 
Mcintosh, Carl W. 
McNeill, Barney L. 
McNulty, Robert P. 
McPeek, Roger C. 
McPherson, Lanny 
Maddin, William 
Maddox, Arthur L. 
Maddox, Bobby 
Marquart, Jerome 
Mathews, Arthur 
Mattingly. Lennie M. 
Maxey, Richard E. 
Mefford, Randy 
Meyer, Dave 
Meyer, Richard 
Mills, Lawrence 
Miniard, Lonnie W. 
Mitchell, Charles Rickey 



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Mitchell, Curtis 
Molands, Lawrence 
Molloy, George 
Moore, Dean 
Moorman, Thomas P. 
Morgan, Chuck 
Morris, Bobby 
Munningoff, Lance 
Myers, Ronald J. 
Noll, John 
Norment, William 
Owens, Pete B. 
Owens, Ronnie Lee 
Pack, Judy 
Paitsel, James Jr. 
Pandolfi, Thomas A. 
Parker, Lowell D. 
Parrott, Sharon K. 
Pedigo, Albert M. 
Penner, Daniel H. 
Perry, Charles 
Peters, Fred E. 
Peyton, William C. 
Peyton, William R. 
Phillippi, Jack 
Phipps, Dannie L. 
Phipps, Ray Charles 
Pickrell, Jerry 
Raybourne, Pat L. 
Read, Ray V. 
Reffitt, Thomas 
Riley, Robert A. 
Ringstaff, Roy G. 
Ritchie, William H. 
Roberts, Elza 
Roberts, Teri 
Robinson, Grant 
Rogers, Carlie David 
Rouse, Thomas 
Russell, Robert 
Sanders, John D. 
Schutte, Bruce M. 
Shain, Debbie 
Shake, Kenneth L. 
Sizemore, Austin 
Skees, James Allen 
Smiley, James F. 
Smith, Bruce E. 
Smith, Gary 
Smith, James B. 
Smith. Ronald A. 
Smith, Timmy 
Snider, Herbert R. 
Sorrell, Tom 



Spahr, David 
Spalding, Guy C. Ill 
Sparrow, John A. 
Spratling, Obie 
Spurlock, Ellis G. 
Spurlock, Lamarr 
Stagnolia, Eugene 
Stark, Allan D. 
Stephenson, Joe 
Stewart, William J. 
Stober, Martha 
Stokes, Steven 
Stokes, Cubb R. 
Stone, Kenneth W. 
Stone, Myra 
Stovall, Gary 
Tandy, Samuel 
Taylor, Carl D. 
Thomas, Bobby 
Thomas, Durward 
Thompson, Allen 
Thompson, David 
Thompson, Jerry 
Thornberry, Gary 
Trapp, Charles 
Trenkamp, Gene 
Troxall, Keith 
Turner, Keenan V. 
Tuttle, John 
Tuttle, Walter E. Ill 
Vance, Michael D. 
Vaughn, Ronald B. 
Wade, Kent 
Wade, Sharon 
Wallen, Wendell L. 
Walton, Ray 
Ward, Larry 
Welscher, Michael G. Sr. 
Wheeler, Lou S. 
Whitaker, Fess 
Whitley, Kim 
Whitley, Sharon 
Williams, James A. 
Wilcox, Mark 
Wilson, Kenneth H. 
Wilson, Malcolm 
Wilson, Plomer Jr. 
Wise, Gaila 
Wolfe, Dennis 
Woodring, Larry S. 
Woodring, Marita 
Woosley, Darrell 
Yeoman, George T. 



REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 



OF THE K.H.S.A.A. 



1977-78 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it 
is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Cunningham, Bryan, Route 4. Hopkinsville 42240. 886-6211 
Davis, Ed, 314 E. 16th St.. Hopkinsville 42240. 886-0474, 

886-4463 
East, Martin. R.R. 4, Keene Rd.. Nicholasville 40356, 885- 

5094, 625-3178 
Lenhart, Denny. 7303 Gardner Hills, Ft. Campbell 42223, 

798-5764. 798-G019 
Mann. Lawrence. 1948 Mellwood Ave.. Louisville 40206, 

897-3959, 897-1583 
Martin. Donny. 201 Traylor St., Princeton 42445. 365-5417 
Runyon, Bobby L., Rt. 1. Box 31. Pinsonfort 41555. 353- 

4959 353-7239 
Balvers.' Ed. 3389 Appomattox Dr.. Erlanger 41018. 727-4445. 

371-8255 
Scholtz, Randolph F., 451 Chestnut St.. Danville 40422, 

236-7186, 236-8570 
Spears, John W.. 126 Walnut Ave.. Paintsville 41240, 

789-5484 
Swarner, Terry L.. 1812 S. Virginia St. Apt. C, Hopkins- 
ville 42240. 886-8017 
Tobin. Mark E.. CPO Box 1839. Berea 40404, 986-1380, 

986-9341 



(List Compiled January 4, 1978) 
If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first is that of the home phone. 

Abell, Pamela R., 748 N. Logsdon Pkwy., Radcliff 40160, 

351-3853 
Aldridge, Vern L., 9155 B. Beard Ave., Ft. Knox 40121. 

624-8471, 624-2424 
Allen. Doug, Box 405, Jackson 41339, 666-7483, 666-2357 
Allnatt, Thomas C, MEDDAC I.A.H.. Ft. Knox 40212. 

624-4048, 624-3640 
Anderson, Ann T., 875C Harrison Ave., 'Columbus, OH 

43215, 461-0193 
Anderson, Luther S.. Liberty Hgts. Rt. 2. Carlisle 40311, 

289-2364 232-3945 
Askins. Rav. R.R. #3, Box 72. Philpot 42366, 729-4320 
Austin, Robert, Rt. 1, Box 255, Ashland 41101. 928-8662 
Baker, Tommy, 1306 Walnut St.. Greenup 41144, 473-6032 
Ball. John Emmott. Box 101, Emlvn 40730, 549-4340 
Bass. Sam. 2825 Lexington Rd., Louisville 40206, 897-4481 
Beard, Dusty. P.O. Box 176, Lewisport 42351. 195-3842, 

927-6961 
Beck. Robert E.. 7530 Merlvn Cir.. Louisville 40214. 368-1965 
Bell. Henry. 960 Waverly Dr.. Lexington 40505. 255-5108, 

252-1771 
Bentley. James, Box 89, Jenkins 41537, 832-2184 
Blondet, Annie. 2833 Fleming Ave.. Louisville 40206, 

897-3661 
Board, Dorothy, Route 1, Box 278, Irvington 40146. 536-3223 
Boyd. E. Charles. Rt. 3. Box 49. Catlettsburg 41129. 739-4262 
Bradley. Darrell, 149 Riverside Dr.. West Liberty 41472, 

743-7459 743-4269 
Brady. Don, 85 Arcadia Ave., Ft. Mitchell 41017, 341-8502, 

371-8575 
Branham. Mason Jr.. Box 1, Grahn 41142. 286-4702. 286-2821 
Brennenstuhl, Phil, 803 Main St., Williamsburg 40769, 

549-1515 549-2463 
Buchanan, Earl. Box 188. LaGrange 40031. 222-9441 
Bunch. William T.. Pleasant View 40769. 549-3912 
Bushley. Kathy. Rt. 3. Box 135. Barbourville 40906, 546-4472 
•Catron. Ken, Box 225. Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-2173. 783-4953 
Caudill. Lewis D., Webb Ln., Prestonsburg 41653. 886-6596 
Chapman. Gary. Box 83, Muldraugh 40155. 942-6323. 587- 

7371, Ext. 455 
Cobb. Michael. Frankes 40940, 434-7949, 337-5747 
Coffev, Carla. 808 Creekwood Apt.. Bowling Green 42101, 

781-6160, 745-3347 
Combs, Roger D.. 318 McDonald Dr.. Versailles 40383, 873- 

5657. 873-5948 
Coolev. Timothy 

886-6801 
Cooper. Mary L., 
Cundiff, Robert, 

9287 
Dammert. Michael D 

624-1664 
Daniels. Steve. R.R 

5461 
Davis. Thomas, 3305 Sumner Rd.. Louisville 40218. 459- 

8825. 893-0296 
Donohue. William James Jr.. 12313 Ridge Crest Dr., 

Middletown 40243, 245-3116. 366-9511 
Dossett. Mac. R.R. #4. Whipporwill Dr.. Marion 43064 
Downs, Joseph, 121 Parkview, Bardstown 40004, 348-5123, 

348-3991 
Dulin. Hugh Edward Jr., 2304 S. 36th St., Louisville 40211, 

776-3704. 774-8737 
Eades. Mark, 905 Broad St.. Central City 42330. 754-3647, 

754-3300 
Edmonson. Johnny. R.R. 1, Glencoe 41046, 643-5288 
Edwards. W. Glenn, P.O. Box 573. Monticello 42633. 348-9583 
Effinger. Sherry. 4703 Lynn Lea Rd., Louisville 40216, 

447-4198 
Elbert, James F., 3605 Hvcliffe Ave.. Louisville 40207. 896- 

1274, 267-5478 
Ellis. Raymond S.. A-35 Oaks Mobile Hm. Pk.. Mt. Wash- 
ington 40047 
Ernst, Donna, Blanding I, Box 39. Lexington 40506. 258-8308 
Estes. Walter. Rt. 1 Lane Rd.. Owensboro 42301. 281-5609 
Evans. Alvin, Box 195, Jellico 37762. 424-8216. 424-6420 
Finlev, Howard, 400 Hilldale, Paducah 42001, 442-9037, 

442-5366 
Fletcher. Gary. Cannons Pt.. McDaniels 40152. 257-8044, 

257-2411 
Fraley, Charlie. 9057 E. Young Ct.. Fort Knox 40121. 624- 

3860 624-3636 
Fritz, Timothv L., 15 Idaho Ave.. Ft. Mitchell 41017. 331- 

3910. 445-2615 
Frizzell, Brad. Box 71. Salt Lick 40371. 683-2671 
Funk. Carol Ann, 840 River Crest Apt. 10. Louisville 

40206. 893-0940. 581-6490 
Gentrv. Deborah E.. 3905 Tanglewood Dr.. Hopkinsville 

42240 
Geurin. Joe. Rt. 5. Box 400. Murray 42071. 436-5653. 

753-8112 
Goble. Kellv. Box 132. Inez 41224. 298-3136 
Graham. Tonv. 674 Springridge Dr.. Lexington 40503, 

277-8256. 272-0666 

(Continued to Page Ten) 



Box 365, Prestonsburg 41653. 886-6159. 

Rt. 1, Box 163. Woodbine 40771. 546-3797 
3380 Pine Tree Ln., Erlanger 41018. 371- 

934 Villa Dr. #4, Richmond 40475, 



1, Eastside Pk.. Butler 41006. 472- 



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WEBSTER COUNTY - CLASS AAA, REGION I, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPIONS 

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(Left to Right) Front Row: C. Bumpus, J. Knight, C. Plemmons, J. Warren, D. Edwards, N. Coffeli, M. Eddings, 
E. Greenfield, S. Collins, S. Catleit, J. Salyers, J. Brown, K. Conn. Second Row: R. McCormick, S. Knight, J. Palmer, 
R. Price, D. Cook, B. Davis, C. Williams, J. Nail, J. Jones. K. Watson, R. Scott. M. Brantley, R. Chancy, D. Brown. 
Third Row: S. Smith. R. Greenfield, S. Conn. B. Siull. G. Shellon. B. Sneddon. T. Cummings, J. Curry, D. Goforth. 
P. Ray, R. Mobley, J. Lykins, T. Topp, Mgr. F. Rhinharl. Fourth Row: Mgr. E. Hughes, Coach M. Cowan, Coach 
B. Mantooth, Coach K. Sheridan, Coach W. Hawkins, R. Vanzant, Coach D. Elliott, Mgr. S. Haney. 

FRANKLIN SIMPSON — CLASS AAA, REGION I, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) First Row: B. Esles, G. Dallas. S. Raby, J. James, T. Love. D. Hendricks. P. Bradford, C. Atkins. 
Second Row: S. Hall, F. Gooch, S. Gamble, G. Phillips, K. Baird, R. Chandler, K. Jernigan, B. Ha±field, C. Burgetl, 
D. Madison, C. Munday, J. Flippin. Third Row: G. Allen, M. Rose, B. Vancy, R. Hatfield, M. Lockharl, J. Lunsford, 
C. Mayhew, S. Gamble, D. Clark, R. Goodrun, J. Beach. Fourth Row: T. Goodnight, S. Berry, C. Deaion, K Kraniz. 
K. Dobbs, S. Algood, B. Perry, N. Adams, J. Mullins, R. Perkins. Not Pictured, B. Belveal. 

DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AAA, REGION II, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: T. McAnly. K. Caudill, C. Dawson, S. Norris, M. Hill, J. Oliver. J. Pittman, R. Turner, 
D. Lannum. and Manager, B. Meyers. Second Row: Manager, G. Ross, J. Smith, R. Braiton, J. DeSpain, J. Vaught, 
F. Walker, P. Turner, T. Davidson. J. Lankford, J. Spears, S. Warner, B. Johnson, and Manager P. Wheeler. Third 
Row: Trainer. W. Spoonamoore, G. Cotter, B. McAnly, M. Carter. S. Turner, K. Gabbard, T. Marshall, W. Smith, 
B. Baughman. K. Turner, D. Kinley. Fourth Row: J. Wade. M. Freeman. D. Stallard. D. Cress, C. Jones, C. Rodes, 
J. Jackson, G. Lay, J. Hardlen. 






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JESSAMINE COUNTY — CLASS AAA, REGION III, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPIONS 



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lVte*-&- 



(Left to Right) First Row: W. Richardson, c. Richardson, G. Thompson, Mahan, Green, McCuddy, Yeary, Heasloy, 
R. Grey, Beers. Second Row: B. Humphrey, Sorrensen, Higgins, Watts, Loeffler, R. Thompson, Mulcahy, Under- 
wood, Linlemuth, Hollingsworth. Third Row: Gooch, Hamletl, Cloyd, J. Grey, Lunsford, Davis, B. Johns, LaFouniaLn, 
Jackson, Colleer. Fourth Row: Moss, Bradshaw, Gunn, Young, Chancey, Willis, Roberts, Smith, Overton, Mcintosh. 
Fifth Row: Adams, Prewiii, Walter, R. Johns, D. Johns, Humphrey, Cartwright, Caise, Beasley, Wise. Sixth Row: 
Stinnett, Kelly, Garrett, Stacy, McWUliams, Graham, Moores, Underwood, Hilterbran, Estes, Houp. Seventh Row: 
Berger, Mason, Brown, Pericins, Clark, W. Perkins, Risen, Brunk, Mgr. Prewitt. 



JAMES A. CAWOOD 



CLASS AAA, REGION IV, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPIONS 
I 




(Left to Right) First Row: F. Sturgell, K. Scott. R. Collins. A. Lullrell. G. Howard. B. Robinson, L. Burkhart, 
F. Hatmaker. Second Row: B. Wilson, P. Collett, W. Eads, J. Owens. R. Pillon, M. Napier, D. Green. F. McDanile. 
Third Row: H. Jenkins, M. Howard. J. Patterson, D. White, R. Blanton, H. Hensley, R. Broyles, D. Goodin. R. Allen. 
P. Can. Fourth Row: P. Stewart, J. Rodreguez, D. Saylor, D. Collins, T. Goodin, D. Robinson, T. Daniels. M. Ealy. 
Fifth Row: J. Mills. D. Shop, E. Perry. B. Burkhart. L. Hensley. D. Lay. M. Peterson, G. Blanton. Sixth Row: R. 
Brackett, B. Roy. C. Hatmaker. B. Hammons. E. Saylor, S. Span. 



RUSSELL — CLASS AAA, REGION IV, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 








(Left to Right) Front Row: B. Blum, R. Pemberton, M Gullet. E. Patterson, B. Mooney, T. Saunders, B. Thomas. 
H. Evans. B. Lyons. K. Brown. M. Abshire. R. Clark. Second Row: R. Evans. P. Redden, T. Bryan. M. Piniel. S. 
Boyd. D. Locey. R. Williams, J. Porter, J. Stevens. G. Rice, A. Rayburn. D. Bolte. M. Williams. J. Mooney, R, Lemaster. 
Third Row: J. Watkins. G. Allen. M. Peffer, G. Wyanl, S. Reid. B. Coffee. J. Carty, C. Smith. G. Conley, J. Bennett. 
P. Lake. B. Turner, B. Cyrus. C. Gehringer. Fourth Row: M. Vanhom. B. Jenkins. S. Hester, L. Fosson. M. Julien, 
B. Muncy. J. Roy. G. Baldridge, M. Coiner, R. Tooley, H. Napier. T. Kirshner. J. Evans. 



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Basketball Officials 

(Continued from Page Seven) 

Green, James, Rt. 40 Robin Hill Rd., Paintsville 41240, 
789-1528. 789-1201 „ =n ._ nr}n „„„„ 

Greer Sondra. 229 Kenlock Dr., Lexington 40503, 272-7493 

Gritto'n, Lynn, 207 Horn Dr., Lawrenceburg 40342, 839- 
5304 839-5372 

Gunter,' A. L. Jr., Star Route 5, Box 101C. Prestonsburg 
41657, 886-8468 ,„„ 

Hackett, Wilbur,, 4010 Somoa Way, Louisville 40218. 499- 

Hafley, 'Joseph P.O. Box 218. Hustonville 40437, 346-2181, 

365-9118 
Hall Bruce, Box 111, Virgie 41572. 639-2434 
Harper, Jewell T., Box 582, LaCenter 42056. 665-5254 
Harrison, Danny, Route 7, Vanceburg 41179, 796-2462 
Harned, Robert. 216 W. Walnut, Leitchfield 41754, 259-5115, 

259-5295 
Hartman. Norman, 9707 Northridge Dr., Louisville 40272, 

935-4095 499-8970 
Haynes, Donald, Gen. Del., Williamsburg 40769, 549-1551, 

549-4445 
Henry, Keith, Box 2. Rt. 1, West Liberty 41472, 743-7471 
Hensbn, Tony. Rt. 6, Mayfield 42066, 658-3126. 247-4536 
Hollingsworth. Gary, Rt. 1. Box 184A, Benton 42025. 527- 

8885 
Hurigan, Timothy, 210 Sage Rd., Louisville 40207, 897-5679 
Hunter, Harold. 9025D Estrada, Ft. Knox 40121, 624-7772, 

624-2541 
Isgriff, Rose Marie. Rt. 2, Box 445. Cecilia 42724, 862-4994 
Jackson. Edward. 2507 W. 9th St., Owensboro 42301, 684- 

4664, 926-3207 
Jarrell. David. Limestone Terr., Maysville 41056, 564-6447, 

564-3393 
Jones, David. Gen. Del.. Rockhold 40759, 549-0456 
Jones, Stephen, 1116 Tates Creek, Lexington 40502, 266- 

3217 
Keeling William, Murray Manor Apt. A-2, Murray 42071, 

759-i434, 762-3821 
Kelly, Jack Jr., 3327 Scheiter, Louisville 40215 
Kenning, Robert, 82 Greenbriar, Ft. Mitchell 41017. 341-0245 
Kersey, Andy, 227 Wilson St., Corbin 40701, 528-9499, 

528-2500 
Knauer, Glen, 112 S. Sunset Circle. Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-5510, 886-6610 
Leneave, Robert, 205 E. 18th St., Benton 42025. 527-3661, 

527-3951 
Lile, Clyde, Route 6, Hopkinsville 42240. 886-5584. 886-2433 
Little, David, P.O. Box 255, Wheelwright 41669. 452-4529 
Lykins. William, Cannell City 41408, 743-4421. 743-7208 
Lynch, George. Rt. 4 Farmgate, Elizabethtown 42701. 737- 

6725. 769-6343 
McCoy, Garv, Bypro 41612, 452-2472 
McCoy, Wendell, Wheelwright 41669 
McGrath, Robert. 1725 Cardinal Ct.. Louisville 40216, 447- 

0346, 778-2773 
McLain, Don R.. P.O. Box 126, Evarts 40828, 837-3672 
Madding, Eugene. 217 W. Center St., Mayfield 42066 
Madding, Eugene, 217 W. Center St., Mayiield 42066, 247- 

2775 247-1331 
Maddox'. Arthur. 3915 Alford Ave., Louisville 40212. 778-8112 
Madison, James, 429 Linden, Nicholasville 40356, 887-1047, 

885-4144 
Marshall, Douglas. P.O. Box 484, Martin 41649, 285-9672, 

285-3230 
Matheny. Charles, Rt. 8. Mayfield 42066. 247-5052 
Martin. Karen. 933 Keswick Blvd.. Louisville 40217, 637-7036 
Mendenhall, Paul, 527 Laketower Dr. #119, Lexington 

40502, 269-6065. 269-5611 
Miller. Bob. 131 Licking Pike. Alexandria 41001, 635-9163 
Miller, Fred A., 2330 Bittel Rd.. Owensboro 42301 
Miller, Ricky. Route 3, Tompkinsville 42167, 487-5441, 

487-5321 
Modrell. Garry, 259 Merravay, Florence 41042, 525-6384, 

491-2663 
Montell, Brad. Rt. 1 Woodburn 42170. 782-1189 
Moore, Phillip, Rt. 6. Box 403. Bowling Green 42101, 

781-9340, 842-5302 
Morgan. Chuck, 120 Greenwood Dr.. Nicholasville 40356, 

885-4777, 232-7888 
Mosby, John, 500 Poplar St.. Versailles 40383, 873-3496, 

873-3941 
Mosley. Wayne. Route 1. Trenton 42286. 466-3349 
Murrell. Charles, 656 New Squires Rd., Lexington 40502, 

272-8421 233-0500 
Myers, Ronald. 105 Westwood Dr.. Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-7198, 769-3381 
Nelligan, Mike. 3112 Wavside Dr., Louisville 40216, 776- 

6511, 426-1650 
Newsome, Bill. Weeksburv 41667, 452-4207 
Nielsen, Patricia, 2900 Asgvle Dr.. Lexington 40503. 272- 

2183, 885-4849 
Norton, Joseph. 559 N. Broadway, Lexington 40508. 233-0279 
Oder. Kelly, P.O. Box 116. Kirwan IV, U of K, Lexington 

40506. 258-5434. 638-6265 
O'Brien. John. 2049 Fallon Rd.. Lexington 40504. 277-7924 
Owens, Carolyn. 3925 Weis St.. Ashland 41101, 325-2215, 

329-7405 
Owens. Pete. 3470 Winthrop Rd., Lexington 40503, 278- 

0016. 232-2786 
Parker. Stephen. Rt. 5. Box 344. Maysville 41056. 759-7452 
Passafiume. Jerome Jr.. 4425 Rockwood Dr.. Louisville 
40220, 458-8861, 589-5794 



Peak, Barbara, 2313 Mercer Ave.. Louisville 40216, 447- 

4480. 587-/371 
Pearson, joetia. Rt. 2, Box 59A, Greenville 42345, 476- 

8685, 755-4825 
Peeples David. 1104 W. 4th St., Fulton 42041. 472-3892 
Pelphrey, Jack, North Gate, Paintsville 41240. 789-1857, 

789-3055 
Peeney, Emily, 1328 College St. Apt. E, Bowling Green 

42101, 842-2554 
Pierson, Gregory, Box 367 C.C. Station, Williamsburg 40769 
Price, William, R.R. 4. Moon St., Morganfield 42437, 389- 

1/33, 389-2611 
Rappold, Allen, 3507 Haywood Sir., Erlanger 41018, 331- 

9195. 771-4200 
Rail, Edward, 108 E. Lexington Ave., Danville 40422, 236- 

8992 236-5464 
Ray, Ricky, Route 3. Lancaster 40444, 792-3430 
Rhodes, Elbert, 305 Westside Ave., Earlington 42410. 383- 

4951 
Rhodes, Ora Andrew, Hart Hall 4649 F, Murray 42071. 

767-4993, 767-2298 
Rice, Tim, Box 42, Rt. 1. Betsy Layne 41605. 478-5368 
Salle, Claude D., Ill Carter Ave., Winchester 40391, 744- 

6632, 625-4271 
Salyer, Henry E., 5602 Spicewood Ln.. Louisville 40219 
Sclimitt. Karl Jr., 1619 Deer Pk. Ave.. Louisville 40205, 

458-9065, 447-3442 
Schultz. Larry, 5492D, Jamison St.. Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

3690, 624-1454 
Scott. Sidney. 809 Lynwood St., Albany 42602, 387-7203, 

382-5186 
Shelley, Denny. Box 77, Preston 40366, 674-6578. 498-2660 
Sherron, Harry, Rt. 2, Frankfort 40601, 873-4224, 823-5948 
Sketch, Gregory. 320 Park Ave., Ludlow 41016. 581-0602 
Smith. Arthur, 2217 W. Ormsby, Louisville 40210, 778- 

7185 454-4233 
Smith. Judy. Route 3. Richmond 40475, 369-5217 
Sneed. Ricky, 4212 Buxton Dr.. Louisville 40218. 491-5432, 

634-1362 
Snider, Paul, 5304 Anatahan Ct„ Louisville 40272, 935-3512. 

935-5221 
Sorrell. Steve. 417 Rosemont. Park Hills 41011, 291-5007 
Stallons, Carla, Rt. 1 Box 164. Wickliffe 42087, 335-3467, 

734-4370 
Staton, Jeffrey. 214 Montgomery Ave., Mt. Sterling 40353, 

784-4793 
Stilwell, Ray, Rt. 1 Box 266H, Providence 42450. 667-5770, 

667-2652 
Stinson, Charles, Box 616, Horse Cave 42749, 786-2663, 

786-2388 
Sumner, Carl. 8711 Cedar Creek Rd., Fern Creek 40291, 

239-0783, 459-1030, ext. 260 
Sutton, James. 2111 Sutton Dr., Henderson 42420, 826-6840, 

826-1315 
Swafford. Billy. P.O. Box 331, Barbourville 40906, 546-6041 
Tandv, Louis. 204 Esperanza. Frankfort 40601, 695-5341 
Tandy, Samuel. 3307 Bobwhite Ave., Owensboro 42301, 

685-3833. 684-0448 
Tavlor. Barrv. UPO 987, Morehead 40351, 784-8528. 784-5110 
Tavlor, Robert. 414 State 1. Apt. 1, Frankfort 40601, 223- 

8113, 223-1528 
Thompson. Earry. 605 Cartmell Hall. Morehead 40351, 

783-3423 
Thompson. Gerald. 4200 Cottage Hill Rd.. Louisville 40299, 

491-0198 
Ticknor. Bill. Box 388, Hitchins 41146, 474-4789. 474-5136, 

ext. 27 
Thomas. Leonard. 1213 Carter Ave.. Ashland 41101, 324- 

0586. 329-7441 
Thornsberry, Ricky, P.O. Box 67, Bevinsville 41606, 452- 

4424 
Tolle, Mike. 14 Nichols Dr.. Louisville 40215. 368-2421, 

636-3361 
Trencamp, Gene. 1880 Rays Ln., Covington 41011 , 
Tucker, Edward A.. 102 Arlington Cir.. Greensburg 42743 
Tucker. Phillip. 719 Burke Ave.. Prestonsburg 41653. 886- 

6067. 437-2311 
Tvree. reston. 183 Stonegate Ave., Elizabethtown 42701. 

737-9160, 351-6463 
Vance. Scott, 3232 13th St.. Ashland 41101. 324-5630, 324-6191 
VanHooser, Phillip. Route 3, Princeton 42445, 767-2345. 

365-3451 
Wade. Charles. 453A 8th Ave.. Ft. Knox 40121. 624-7193, 

624-6525 
Ward. Larry, Rt. 3. Cave City 42127. 773-2752 
Washnock. Richard, 6414 Sugar Tree Dr., Independence 

41051, 356-5148 
Welch. Henry. 301 Maxwell St.. Stanford 40484 
Welscher, Michael. 5316 Armsmere Way, Louisville 40218. 

964-9811, 634-1511 
Westerman, Carol. 12 River Hill Rd., Louisville 40207, 

895-1055, 896-4838 
Wheatlev, William, Route IB, Springfield 40069, 336-9918, 

692-6622 
Whitmer, Phillip, 5737 Har tHall. Murray 42071. 767-4069 
Williams, Donnie. Box 481, Harold 41653. 894-9733 
Woods. Kenneth. Gen. Del.. Four Mile 40939, 337-6077 
Yankey. William. Rt. 2, Box 446, Somerset 42501, 561-5881, 

679-1074 
Yewell, Morgan. Jr.. 475 Flamingo Ave.. Frankfort 40601, 

695-3064, 255-5535 
Yeoman. George. 6702 Green Meadow Ct., Louisville 40207, 

895-4003, 367-3011 
Zubke, Robert, 5360B. Kellv St.. Ft. Knox 40121. 624-6100, 
624-6713 



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Page Eleven 






1977-78 BASKETBALL 
EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

EDITOR'S NOTE: These interpretations of the 
rules of the National Basketball Committee of the 
United States and Canada do not set aside nor 
modify any rule. The rulings are approved and 
apply to the situations for which they are given. 
BRICE B. DURBIN. Editor, 
National Federation Publications 

BASKETBALL PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
BASKETBALL RULE BOOK 

Page 21: Rule 5-8-4 - Revise the 2nd sentence to 
read as follows: "The request to the scorer must 
be made before the ball again becomes alive fol- 
lowing the first dead ball after the clock has 
started". 

BASKETBALL OFFICIALS MANUAL 
Page 40: Paragraph 322 - In lines 10 and 11, re- 
move: "(promptly and not exceed 1 v 2 minutes)". 

BASKETBALL CASE BOOK 

Page 6: Play 7 - Delete last line of ruling and also 

the words, "throw-in by B2" in the next to the 

last line and replace with "ball left the hand of 

B2 on throw-in". 

Page 7: Play 11 - Revise first sentence of ruling 

to read: "The official shall not cancel the free 

throw and both baskets count". 

Page 13: Play 26 - Revise last sentence of the play 

to read: "Al continues and attempts to dunk or 

stuff the ball". 

Page 16: Play 38 - In the first line of the ruling, 

change the word "intentional" to "flagrant". 

Page 47: Play 212 - In the fourth line of the ruling 

replace "error occurred" with "clock has started". 

Page 54: 305E Comment - In line 6 of the 2nd 

paragraph, delete the word "while" and substitute 

the words "before the ball is in flight". 

Page 59: Play 309F - In the sixth line of the ruling, 

change "B" to "A". 

Page 60: Play 31 ID - In the third line of the ruling, 

change "B3" to "A3". 

Page 63: Play 313A Comment - Delete the word 

"error" in the 6th line and replace it with "clock 

h a c started 

Page 81: Play 409D - Change "Bl" to "A2" in the 

second line of the ruling. 

BASKETBALL HANDBOOK 

Page 39: Delete the last sentence of the first para- 
graph (in lines one, two and three at top of page). 
Page 52: Delete next to the last sentence in para- 
graph three. Replace it with the following sen- 
tences: "Three digit numbers are not legal. 00 is 
a legal number, however, its use is not recom- 
mended". 

BASKETBALL MEETING FOLDER 

Page 2: The answer to question 27 in the RULES 

CHECK-UP is one minute. 

* * * 

1. Comment: Following are some salient points 
concerning Rule 6-7 Exceptions 1 and 2. 

A. On a field goal try which is in flight, one of the 
two rule infractions which can cause the ball to 
become dead is when a teammate of the shooter 
or the shooter excessively swinging his or her arms 
or elbows without contacting an opponent. No 
basket can be scored. If any player fouls while 
excessively swinging his or her elbows, the ball 
remains alive until thetry ends. 

B. Continuous motion can not apply to a tap. 

C. When a player taps the ball towards his or her 
basket, it is not a tap until the ball is in flight. 

D. If a tap is in flight toward the tapper's basket 



and the tapper or a teammate fouls, the ball be- 
comes dead immediately. 

E. All fouls which occur while a tap or try are in 
flight shall be penalized. 

F. No foul causes a try in flight to end. All fouls 
during any live ball shall be penalized. Case Book 
305F, 305H, 6-7-Exception and Rule 10-10. 

1. Play: Al passes the ball to A2, however, A2 
is not looking. The ball strikes A2 on back of the 
head goes directly to the basket of team A. It is 
on the ring when time expires and subsequently 
enters the basket. 

Ruling: No goal. The ball striking A2 on the head 
is not considered a tap. A ball is tapped with the 
hand. 

2. Play: Al taps ball from a jump ball at the free 
throw line. The ball is in downward flight near 
A's basket and above ring level but not in the 
cylinder when B2 rises and bats the ball away or 
grabs it. 

Ruling: This is legal. Goal tending coverage ap- 
plies only to a field goal try. 

3. Play: Al taps ball toward team A's basket. 
While the ball is in the cylinder above the basket 
or on the basket ring: (a) Bl touches the ball; or 
(b) A2 touches the ball. 

Ruling: Basket interference by Bl causes the ball 
to become dead and the official shall award team 
2 points in (a). In (b) the basket interference by 
A2 causes the ball to become dead. No basket. 
The ball is awarded to team B out of bounds at 
the free throw line extended at either side of the 
court. 

4. Play: Al and Bl simultaneously tap the ball 
and it enters the basket of team A: (a) before time 
expires; or (b) after time expires. 

Ruling: In (a) it is a legal goal and two points are 
scored. In (b) the ball becomes dead when time 
expired because of Bl having touched the tapped 
ball. 

5. Play: Al scores a field goal. Bl takes the ball 
out of bounds and after running along the baseline 
while he is attempting to throw the ball in court 
to a teammate, the five second court expires. 
Where is Al awarded the ball for the throw-in at 
the endline? 

Ruling: The ball is awarded to team A for a throw- 
in at the spot where the B player was standing 
when the five second count expired. This is a desig- 
nated throw-in spot. 

6. Play: Al tries for a field goal. The ball is just 
in flight from the hand of Al when Bl touches 
or taps ball with fingertips and then time expires. 
Ball continues and enters the basket of team A. 
Ruling: No goal. The try ended when Bl tapped 
or touched the ball. 

7. Play: Bl in rebounding at the basket of team 
A taps ball. While the ball is in flight, time ex- 
pires and the ball enters the basket of team A. 
Ruling: No goal. A tapped ball at the opponent's 
basket is no different than the player attempting 
to throw the ball into the opponent's basket which 
is definitely not a try by definition. 

8. Play: The throw-in by Al touches A2 on court 
and goes directly to Bl who has one foot on the 
out-of-bounds line. 

Ruling: The ball is awarded to team A at the out- 
of-bounds spot where Bl was standing on the line 
with one foot when he touched the ball. 

9. Play: Al is shooting the second free throw of 
a two shot foul. While the second attempt is in 
flight, A2 and B2 slug each other. 

Ruling: Both A2 and B2 are expelled from the 
game. Substitutes A6 and B6 shall each shoot two 
free throws after which the ball will be put in 
play with a center jump between any two op- 
ponents. 



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U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 

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(Act of August 12, 1970: Section 3685. Title 39. United States Code) 


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TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS AAAA CHAMPION — 1977 






1st Row LB, J. Campbell, P. Niehaus, K. Hayden, M. McCarly. J. Murray, J. Bariio, C 
Monroe. B. Tucker, M. Wise, R. Hughes, J. Quillen, K. Chandler, C. Thompsons. 2nd Row L-R, 
T. Wychulis, D. Metzmeier. G. Scales. J. Beaudin, S. Paasch, K. Ballard. G. McGuire, J. Moore, 
D. DeJarnall, P. Amburgy, M. Pittenger. J. Plomin, D. Welsch, R. Paniello. 3rd Row L-R, C. 
Ridge, M. Smyth, P. Buchheit. A. DeMuth, R. McCravy, D. O'Connell. S. Wilbert, T. Polio, C. 
Rofney, J. Cappy, M, Schuler, M. Brotzge, R. Quesenberry, M. Stinson. 4th Row L-R. J. Hollen- 
bach. D. Allgeier, K. Riley, S. Gregory, J. Merkley. B. Kessinger. P. Martin. M. Wallace, T. 
Eicher, C. Tumey, M. McConnell, St. Cochrane. T. Hartung, P. Boniier. 51h Row L-R, B. Heim, 
K. Miles, E. Wampler, R. Wilcox. C. Kalbhin, J. Maitingly, J. Delenber, J. Luxemburger, T. 
Morley, K. Carpenter. B. Brossart,, T. Schoen, C. Brosky, D. Minogue, B. Hall. 6th Row L-R, 
M. Norris, B. Barth. P. Kazanas, D. Conway, B. Walters. J. Graf, B. Weber, T. McConnell, C. 
Cissell, C. Hartung. L. Raidl. B. Queenan. J. King. 7th Row L-R, P. Dykal. R. Maitingly, G. 
Hancock, T. Dillon, J. Fullz, T. Kargl, L. Chrislofoli. M. Watson, S. Her, D. Burry. D. 
Jansen, M. Schmitt, J. Tilton. 8th Row L-R. S. Braun. D. Harpring, D. Burch, D. Lewis, M. 
Connelley, S. Lasardo, M. Gatewood. J. Welsh. B. Homung, B. Catlett. K. Leiberi, J. McMillan, 
M. Stein, T. Demling, T. Zimlich. Coaches Bottom to Top — D. Moore, D. Lampley. D. Moore, 
J. Fowler, H. Joyce, R. Gruneisen, D. Brohm. Missing: S. Fawbush, S. Weining, D. Block, 
P. Brooks. 



Trinity 42 — VaUey 32 

Trinity 39 — Durrett 

Trinity 47 — Thomas Jefferson 

Trinity 35 — Wesiport 

Trinity 21 — St. Xavier 6 

Trinity 28 — Ballard 



Trinity 37 — Lafayette 7 
Trinity 54 — Eastern 
Trinity 7 — Bishop David 10 
Trinity 49 — Waggener 
Trinity 21 — DeSales 7 



PLAYOFFS 
Trinity 34 — Iroquois 7 
Trinity 55 — Ballard 7 
Trinity 21 — Bishop David 13 
Trinity 28 — Greenup County 7 





Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



FEBRUARY 1978 




HIGHLAND HIGH SCHOOL CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




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(Left to Right) First Row: D. Stafford. K. Siple, M. Roese!, J. Lukcn, St. Dapper. D. Kruer, B. Head. Second Row: 
R. Thompson, R. Pickens, D. Leisl. T. Schneider. W. Wildhaber, M. Schlosser. D. White, S. Whaley. Third Row: T. 
Geiman. M. Lehkamp, B. Spaulding, R. Moore, R. Whaley. E. Knock, G. Dunn. R. Golvin, D. Pulsforl. Fourth Row: 
K. Jones, K. K. Geiman, D. Cottingham, M. McKenna, R. Draper, M. Lofland, T. Jansen, J. Schullzman, R. Bradford, 
J. Fangman. Fifth Row: B. Jurgens, D. Walkenhorst, K. Maggard, G. Bradford, J. Huenefeld, D. Weber, D. MacKnighf, 
S. Wurster, J. Morris. Sixth Row: T. Yates, T. Stellenkamp. K. Geiman. G. Losey, R. Ginler. G. Meilens. H. Mueh- 
lenkamp, P. Lorenz, M. Jansen. Seventh Row: B. Herman, Head Coach, Assistants — R. Christophel, J. Eicher, D. 
Bradford, C. Hicks. 



Highlands 10 
Highlands 46 
Highlands 52 
Highlands 25 
Highlands 6 
Highlands 7 
Highlands 7 
Highlands 35 



Rec. Bowl. Danville 14 
Dayton 6 

Covington Catholic 7 
Newport Catholic 6 
Boone County 17 
Erlanger 6 
Newport 10 
Dixie Heights 



Highlands 22 — Simon Kenton 17 
Highlands 19 — Holmes 22 
Highlands 33 — Campbell County 

PLAYOFFS 
Highlands 34 — Jessamine County 6 
Highlands 13 — Russell 7 
Highlands 6 — Shelby County 



SHELBY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL — STATE CLASS AAA, 
REGION II, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) First Row: H. McCowan. J. Tingle, R. K emp, T. Vogel, B. Moore, D. Cuxtsinger, G. Roland, T. 
Beckham, R. Meers. Second Row: S. Vincent, H. Taylor. D. Sutherland. D. Taylor, D. McReynolds, R. Ragland, K. 
Swigert. S. Cox. T. McGee. Third Row: F. Mullm, G. Nichols. S. Moffett. S. Porter, B. Harper, D. Bodine, R. Mischler, 
F. Hargadon. B. Dale, T. Roberts. Fourth Row: J. Long, T. Nethery, R. Harrod. B. Harley, R. Crenshaw, R. Purnell, 
J. Lyons, G. Tipton, D. Calhoon. Fifth Row: G. Murphy, S. Williams, T. Rankin, L. Hunter, J. Pritchett, L. Allen, 
J. Walker, T. Doyle, T. Thurman. B. Borders. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XL— NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1978 



$1.00 Per Year 



WHEN TEMPERS FLARE, 
WE ALL GET BURNED 

BILL FARNEY 
State Athletic Director 

As the 1977-78 school year unwinds, the UIL 
office is receiving an unusual number of cases 
involving misconduct on the part of the coach in 
relation to game officials. Most of these cases are 
from coaches who feel the official has not exer- 
cised good judgment in a play or a series of plays. 
Tempers flare, curses are uttered, and oc- 
casionally, there is contact in the form of shoving 
or pushing. The fans become involved in the 
argument and the players, having witnessed their 
coach demonstrate his opinion of the officials and 
let the world know how he feels, think they are 
justified in getting away with illegal acts or un- 
necessary roughness on the field. 

For all practical purposes, the educational as- 
pects of positive note have been lost for the night. 
Any lessons to be taught in sportsmanship, char- 
acter or patience have been lost, and in some 
cases, complete respect for the coach is gone for- 
ever. 

A Lot Of Nothing 
I have been a coach. I have been mad at offi- 
cials. I have lost my temper. Penalty flags have 
been thrown to curb my remarks. I have been 
asked to get back to the bench area. My players 
shared, my fury. All my ranting, raving and emo- 
tional outbursts have gotten me a lot — a lot of 
nothing. 

No official has ever changed a decision after 
my protest. Intimidation for subsequent calls was 
negligible. In other words, Officials 100, Coach 0. 
Fans 0. Players 0. Purpose of game and fairplay 0. 
In simple terms, nobody gains. Everybody loses. 
Is It Worth The Risk? 
The UIL has an athletic code which states: 
"... It means to accept the decisions of the 
officials without protest; to see that officials are 
extended protection and courtesy by the players, 
school personnel and laymen; to treat your op- 
ponents as your guests, and to put clean play and 
real sportsmanship above victories . . . The im- 
portant thing in sports is strive to excel and the 
good feeling it fosters between those who play 
fair and have no excuse when they lose." 

The UIL State Executive Committee investi- 
gates every reported violation. They have the 
power to initiate proceedings against any member 
school whenever, in the opinion of the committee, 
there is sufficient evidence at hand to justify such 
action. 

In severe cases, a school could lose a competi- 
tive program and many students suffer because of 
irrational action by a coach or school representa- 
tive. Is it worth the risk? 

Responsibility Shared 
Statements such as, "That call cost us the 
game," or "The officials threw the flag so many 
times that the kids could not even play," or "The 
officials took the game away from us," or the oft 
heard, "The officials let the game get out of 
hand," add little to the games' intent. 

Whenever a coach complains the officials let 
the game get out of hand, he forgets that he has 
an equal responsibility with the official. The offi- 
cial cannot serve as a disciplinarian by himself. 



Blaming an official for a loss does little toward 
developing positive attitudes in the players' ability 
to compete. 

If an athlete understands that he cannot win 
anyway because the officials will not let him, how 
will his effort be affected? If he or his coach is 
looking for an out or an excuse for the loss, they 
are not playing in the true spirit of the game 
which pits skill and strategy against competition, 
and odds of chance. 

Never Compromise Rules 
An official should never compromise the rules 
in any situation. He feels that by doing so he may 
be a "good ole boy." But coaches who are dedi- 
cated to their profession never appreciate an 
official that can be swayed by intimidation. The 
spirit of the rules as well as the letter must be 
strongly enforced. 

It is a well-known fact that most fans do not 
know the more detailed aspects of the rules. Some- 
times, those who do know them misinterpret them. 
Would it not be better to let the officials call the 
game — win, lose or draw. Then, if the perform- 
ance of the officials is not up to standards, the 
coach and the school has the option of never 
using this official again. 

One of the more distasteful practices is that 
of "scratching a chapter. This practice should be 
used sparingly and only when it is obvious one 
team has consistently used a particular chapter 
whereas the other team has never used it. 
People Make Mistakes 
Schools do not have to endure incompetent 
officiating. But it is difficult if not impossible to 
improve an officials' proficiency during the game. 
More often, his wrath will be incurred and his 
effectiveness adversely reduced. 

To show open displeasure and exchange bitter 
hatreds does nothing more than add coal to the 
fire. Something I have observed in my years of 
coaching is I could be mad as hops at an official. 
His judgment and character at this time would 
be unfailingly poor and decrepit. 

Then, at a subsequent contest, he would do 
an outstanding job. This situation is possible only 
if both coaches and officials will realize that 
people do make mistakes and nobody should be 
judged totally on one moment's anger or stu- 
pidity. 

Sportsmanship Everyone's Job 
Proper maintenance of sportsmanship is every- 
one's responsibility. There is no room for the 
coach who permits a breakdown in the control he 
has over his players. There is no room for players 
who lose their composure because this detracts 
from their performance. 

Officials who do not have the courage to 
penalize coaches and players for unsportsmanlike 
conduct n°ed to find something better to do on 
Friday nights. Without the proper mutual sharing 
of responsibility by players, coaches, officials, fans 
and the media, the interscholastic program of ath- 
letics cannot long continue to be a positive in- 
fluence in the lives of our youth. 

We, in Texas, have the finest student athletic 
program of any state in the U.S. or any nation in 
the world. Let's keep it that way by respecting 
the rules of the game and the principles of per- 
sonal self-control. 

— Texas Interscholastic Leaguer 



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FEBRUARY, 1978 vol. XL— No. 7 1978 District Tournament Sites 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association GIRLS 

Office of Publication 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, j p^ 33 g R 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 _ ^ Mary 34 Holy ^ 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky q Mav-fiAlH ^ TVTownnrt 

Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided £• Mayiielci . TT . *£ „ eW , POr „ 

for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 4. Murray State Univ. 36. Highlands 

May 3, 1926. publication No. 293080. 5. Livingston Central 37. Paris 

A^ani'Edltor jean batsel 6 - Henderson County 38. Augusta 

Assistant Editor Idianne h. caines 7. West Hopkins 39. Mason County 

Assistant Editor louis stout 8. Hopkinsville 40. George Rogers Clark 

Assistant Editor _______ billy v. wise 9 Owensboro 41. Lexington Catholic 

Lexington, Kentucky .._ Muhlenberg Central 42. Harrodsburg 

board of control n Trinity 43. Bryan Station 

President — „ Ray st ° r r iQ ( ,_ ,7 ,V«„\ 78 i _5?jJSJfi 12. Ohio County 44. Model Laboratory 

Vice-Pres Norman Passmore (1976-1980 Lexington - „ _, n .« J AC „ , ,-, , 

Directors "~ Denval Barriger (1975-1979). Bowling Green: 13. RusseUville 45. Garrard County 

Zeb Biankenship (1977-1981), Nichoiasvuie; Jack Burkich 14. Warren Central 46. Lincoln County 

(1976-1980). whitesburg; Joseph Mcpherson (1976-1980), 15 Glasgow 47. Wayne County 

Louisville; Glendon Ravenscraft (1976-1979), Alexandria; lfi - u , j fniintv 48 Pulaski fmintv 

George Sauer (1974-1978), Louisville; Barney Thweatt jo- L-umoeriana county 4o\ Jr-UiaSKl _.0Unty 

(1977-1981), Hopkinsville; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), Paints- 17. Ehzabethtown 49. Annville Institute 

ville. Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education repre- jg LaRue County 50. Whitley County 

semaiive. 19 Nelson County 51. Lone Jack 

Subscription Rate si.oo per year 20. Campbellsville 52. James A. Cawood 

— — — — 21. Central 53. Letcher 

Mem Me %m,M44eMe** CMce 22. Western 54. Hazard 

// ia. Doss 55. Cordia 

24. Southern 56. Owsley County 

frMTnrfv riD Tc cdautc 25. Manual 57. Lawrence County 

-vbiNlUCf-Y LrlKLS SPUK1S 26. Assumption 58. Betsy Layne 

ASSOCIATION INFORMATION «■ *%*<£* f o] S^ reek 

Please inform your girls' sports coaches of the 29. Bullitt Central 61. Rowan County 

following announcement and encourage them to 30. Shelby County 62. East Carter County 

attend. 31. Carroil County 63. Russell 

The Kentucky Girls' Sports Association will 32. Scott County 64. Boyd County 
be holding its annual meeting Saturday, March 

18, 1978, at 1:30 P.M. in the Powell Building, at BOYS 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond. Nomina- 1. Fulton 33. Simon Kenton 

tions for the East-West All-Star game will be 2. St. Mary 34. Holmes 

made at this meeting. 3. Mayfield 35. Newport 

The membership is open to any individual in 4. Murray State Univ. 36. Highlands 

and dedicated to the promotion of high school 5. Livingston Central 37. Bourbon County 

girls' sports in Kentucky. The dues are $3.00 per 6. Henderson County 38. Bracken County 

person. «■ West Hopkins 39. Mason County 

-r,-. A ^t- a tvtt-» cti7t t-» 8 - Hopkinsville 40. George Rogers Clark 

TRACK. AND FIELD 9. Owensboro 41. Lexington Catholic 

MAJOR RULE REVISIONS FOR 1978 10- Muhlenberg Central 42. Harrodsburg 

2-6-2, 4-7-4 and 4-7-5: Fully automatic timing de- H- Hancock County 43. Bryan Station 

vices are defined and the use of the table in 4-7-5 12- Grayson County 44. Model Laboratory 

to convert time recorded in one one-hundredth J_- RusseUville 45. Garrard County 

(1/00) of a second to one-tenth (1/10) of a second 14 - Western Ky. Univ. 46. Lincoln County 

has been clarified. I 5 - Glasgow 47. Wayne County 

3-1-8: The status and function of the jury of ap- ,g- Cumberland County 48. Pulaski County 

peals has been clarified !'• Ehzabethtown 49. Jackson County 

4-2-1: When a contestant has been disqualified }%■ LaRue County 50. Whitley County 

the referee will notify, or cause to be notified, J9. Nelson County 51. Lone Jack 

either the competitor or the competitor's coach. 20. Campbellsville 52. James A.. Cawood 

6-1-2: Scoring in quadrangular meets will be 5-3- 21. Shawnee 53. Whitesburg 

2-1 for individual events and 5-3-2 for relay 22. Western 54. Hazard 

events 23. Doss 55. Cordia 

7-1-3: A whistle signal to the starter from the 24. Southern 56. Owsley County 

head finish judge has replaced the former arm 25. St. Xavier 57. Lawrence County 

signal to indicate judges and timers are ready. 26. Trinity 58. Betsy Layne 

7-1-4: Revised to indicate that "when all com- 27. Fern Creek 59. Mulhns 

petitors are set and motionless" is the determin- 28. Ballard 60. Feds Creek 

ing factor when the starter shall fire the gun. 29. Bullitt Central 61. Rowan County 

10-1-1: Revised to indicate contestants in the field «{0. Shelby County 62. West Carter 

events will be charged with an unsuccessful trial jjl. Carroll County 63. Russell 

if they fail to initiate a trial that is carried to 32 - Scott County 64. Paul G. Blazer 
completion, or pass it, within two minutes after 
being called for a trial. 1978 Regional Tournament Sites 

POINTS OF SPECIAL EMPHASIS 

1. Lack of sufficient and qualified officials GIRLS , 

2. Experimentation with the false start rule is (1) Mayfield High School, (2) Webster County 
encouraged High School, (3) McLean County High School, 

3. Safety considerations in the throwing events (4) Allen County High School, (5) Hart County 

4. Conversion to metric and national record con- High School, (6) Southern High School, (7) Ather- 
siderations ton High School, (8) Shelby County High School, 



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Page Three 



(9) Campbell County High School, (10) Harrison 
County High School, (11) Frankfort High School, 
(12) Boyle County High School, (13) Cawood High 
School, (14) Hazard High School, (15) PikeviUe 
High School, (16) Paul G. Blazer High School. 

BOYS 

(1) Murray University, (2) Hopkinsville High 
School, (3) Owensboro Sportscenter, (4) Western 
Kentucky University, (5) Green County High 
School, (6) Shawnee High School, (7) Seneca High 
School, (8) Henry County High School, (9) Conner 
High School, (10) Mason County High School, (11) 
Frankfort Convention Center, (12) Pulaski County 
High School, (13) Middlesboro High School, (14) 
Knott Central High School, (15) Prestonsburg High 
School, (16) Boyd County High School. 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of. Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, Lexington, on Friday, February 3, 1978. 
The meeting was called to order by President Ray 
Story at 10:00 A.M., with all Board members. 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioners 
Dianne H. Caines, Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise 
present. The invocation was given by Jack Bur- 
kich. 

• It was requested that the recorded vote on 
one motion be corrected in the minutes of the 
December 17 Board meeting. This motion was that 
all assigning secretaries do not officiate ball games 
in the sport they assign. The motion was reported 
to be carried by eight ayes and one absention. 
The motion was to be corrected to read "eight 
ayes and one no." With this correction George 
Sauer moved, seconded by Joseph McPherson, 
that the minutes of the December 17, 1977, meet- 
ing of the Board be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

President Story introduced Mr. Tom Minter 
of the Lexington Civic Center to the Board of 
Control. Mr. Minter then presented his proposal 
to the Board regarding the site of the 1979 Boys' 
State Basketball Tournament. He introduced 
Mayor Jim Amato and the Mayor spoke on behalf 
of the Lexington Civic Center being selected as 
the site for the 1979 tournament. After a lengthy 
discussion Mr. Minter thanked the Board for con- 
sidering his proposal (A copy of the proposal is 
on file in the K.H.S.A.A. office.) 

A. C. Chapman of the Kentucky Fair and 
Exposition Center was then introduced to the 
Board. Mr. Chapman had with him, each speaking 
on behalf of Mr. Chapman in his request of having 
the 1979 Boys' State Basketball Tournament at 
Freedom Hall, Ed Hasenour, Butch Charmoli, Dave 
Hart and Bruce Brantley. Mr. Chapman read his 
proposal, to the Board for their consideration. (A 
copy of the proposal is on file in the K.H.S.A.A. 
office.) 

The Board discussed the proposals in detail, 
considering all the possibilities in regard to a two 
year decision. Jack Burkich moved, seconded by 
Norman Passmore, that the Boys' State Basketball 
Tournament site be the Lexington Civic Center 
for 1979 and Freedom Hall, Louisville, for 1980. 
The motion carried by a vote of 7-3. 

Mr. Mills gave a reoprt on his meeting with 
the State Board for Elementary and Secondary 
Education on January 10. The State Board voted 
to extend the compliance date on their action 
pertaining to changes in the Constitution and By- 
Laws of the K.H.S.A.A. from January 1, 1978, to 



July 1, 1978. The State Board also asked Mr. Mills 
to conduct a survey among member schools on 
the practice of redshirting student athletes. Nor- 
man Passmore moved, seconded by Paul Trimble, 
that Mr. Mills be given permission to conduct this 
requested survey for the State Department of 
Education. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented the Board with 
proposed rates for increasing the amount of catas- 
trophic insurance provided for students partici- 
pating in athletics. It was decided that a decision 
would be made on the proposals at the March 
meeting of the Board. Mr. Mills then requested 
the Board for permission to survey the member 
schools to determine their need for additional in- 
surance coverage. Barney Thweatt moved, second- 
ed by George Sauer, that Commissioner Mills be 
given permission to conduct this survey. The 
motion carried unanimously. Mr. Mills will give 
the results of these surveys at a later meeting. 

Mr. Mills suggested to the Board that a Com- 
mittee be named to study the Constitution and 
By-Laws for the purpose of submitting proposals 
to the 1978 Delegate Assembly for their considera- 
tion. Zeb Blankenship, Norman Passmore and 
George Sauer were named to this Committee, with 
Mr. Blankenship being named Chairman of the 
Committee. Mr. Mills asked that all of the Board 
members write in their suggestions for the Com- 
mittee to consider. 

Mr. Mills presented a letter from WKYT-TV 
with their proposal to telecast the Boys' State 
Basketball Tournament for 1978. After a lengthy 
discussion on this matter, Denval Barriger moved, 
seconded by Norman Passmore, that WKYT-TV 
be given permission to telecast the final game of 
the Boys' State Basketball Tournament from Free- 
dom Hall, Louisville, on March 25. The motion 
carried by a vote of 7-3. 

The Board discussed the request of 9th and O 
Christian School to be changed from basketball 
District 23 to District 21. It was the decision of 
the Board that the request could not be approved 
for the present season but they would consider 
making the change to become effective during the 
1978-79 school year. Requests for change in dis- 
trict assignment are considered at the April meet- 
ing of the Board. 

The Board then discussed the re-alignment of 
football Class A, Region IV, District 2. After con- 
sidering the different recommendations for re- 
alignment, Jack Burkich moved, seconded by Den- 
val Barriger, that Class A, Region TV, District 2, 
be sub-divided as follows: Sub-District 1 — Elk- 
horn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Phelps, Virgie. 
Sub-District 2 — Allen Central, Betsy Layne, Mull- 
ins, Paintsville, Wheelwright. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout gave a 
report on the request of the principal of Owens- 
boro High School to host the State Baseball Tour- 
nament for 1978. Upon Mr. Stout's recommenda- 
tion to the Board for the Owensboro High School 
to host the baseball tournament, Norman Pass- 
more made a motion, seconded by Denval Bar- 
riger. that his recommendation be accepted. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Joseph McPherson moved, seconded by Glenn 
Ravenscraft, that all bills of the Association for 
the month of December be allowed. The motion 
was carried unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board was scheduled 
for Friday. March 24. 1978, 9:00 A.M. at Executive 
Inn East, in Louisville. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned. 



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FOOTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association set the football dis- 
tricts and regions for 1979 and 1980 as follows: 

CLASS A (0-400) 

REGION I 
District 1 — 

Ballard Memorial, Crittenden County, Fort 
Campbell, Fulton, Fulton County, Russellville 
District 2 — 

Campbellsville, Caverna, Clinton County, Ga- 
maliel, Metcalfe County, Tompkinsville 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Madison, Mercer County, 
Paris 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Beth Haven, Hancock Coun- 
ty, Kentucky Country Day 

Sub-District 2 — Eminence, Frankfort, Owen 
County, Trimble County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Dayton, Ludlow 
District 2 — 

Fairview, Maysville, Nicholas County, Race- 
land 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Cumberland, Harlan, Lynch 

Sub-District 2 — Lone Jack, Lynn Camp, Pine- 
ville, Williamsburg 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, 
Jenkins, Phelps, Virgie 

Sub-District 2 — Allen Central, Betsy Layne, 
Mullins, Paintsville, Wheelwright 

CLASS AA (400-600) 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

Caldwell County, Heath, Mayfield, Murray, 
Todd Central, Trigg County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Allen County, Butler County, 
Edmonson County, Glasgow, Warren East 

Sub-District 2 — Adair County, Green Coun- 
ty, Hart County, Taylor County 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Anderson County, Bards- 
town, Washington County 

Sub-District 2 — East Hardin, Fort Knox, 
LaRue County, West Hardin 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Bath County, Carroll Coun- 
ty, Fleming County, Henry County 

Sub-District 2 — East Carter, Lewis County, 
Rowan County, West Carter 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Boyle County, Casey County, 
Estill County, Garrard County 

Sub-District 2 — Russell County, Somerset, 
Wayne County 
District 2 — 

Bell County, Corbin, Evarts, Middlesboro 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Hazard, Johns Creek, M. C. Napier. Whites- 
burg 
District 2 — 

Lawrence County, Morgan County, Pikeville, 
Prestonsburg 



CLASS AAA (600-1000) 

REGION I 
District 1 — 

Lone Oak, Reidland, Union County, Webster 
County 
District 2 — 

Barren County, Franklin-Simpson, McLean 
County, Ohio County 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, Grayson 
County 
District 2 — 

Bourbon County, Danville, Harrison County, 
Montgomery County, Scott County, Woodford 
County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Conner, Covington Catholic, Highlands, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Catholic 
District 2 — 

Jessamine County, Knox Central, Lincoln 
County, Rockcastle County, Whitley County 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Breathitt County, Clay County, James A. Ca- 
wood, Leslie County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell 

STATE CLASS AAAA (1000-up) 

REGION I 
District 1 — 

Bowling Green, Christian County, Hopkins- 
ville, Marshall County, Paducah Tilghman, Warren 
Central 
District 2 — 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Owensboro, Owens- 
boro Catholic 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Bullitt Central, Marion County, Meade Coun- 
ty, Nelson County, North Bullitt, North Hardin 
District 2 — 

Franklin County, Oldham County, Shelby 
County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Bryan Station, Henry Clay. Lafayette, Tates 
Creek 
District 2 — 

Clark County, Laurel County, Madison Central 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie 
Heights, Holmes, Simon Kenton 
District 2 — 

Boyd County, Greenup County, Paul G. Blazer 

CLASS AAAA — JEFFERSON COUNTY 
District 1 — 

Bishop David, Butler, Doss, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Shawnee, Valley, Western 
District 2 — 

Central, DeSales, Fairdale, Male, Moore, 
Southern, Stuart 
District 3 — 

Atherton, Fern Creek, Iroquois, Jeffersontown, 
Manual, St. Xavier, Seneca 
District 4 — 

Ballard, Durrett, Eastern, Thomas Jefferson, 
Trinity, Waggener, Westport 



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State 



1977 KAPOS TROPHY WINNER 
SHELBY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
At - Large Champion "Sweet 16" Champions 




(Lefl to Right) Lisa Rarcliffe, Janie Biagi. Sheri Goodridge, Jennifer Imel, Xaren Ruble. Sally Borders, Linda 
Greenwell, Monica Fleming. 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 

Cheerleader and Sponsor Registeration: All cheer- 
leading squads and/or sponsors are asked to stop 
by the KAPOS table in Freedom Hall to: 

1. Register your squad 

2. Pick up important information and mater- 
ials for you and your school. 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there 
will be high school cheerleaders on hand to assist 
you. They can be identified by their hostess arm- 
bands. Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn 
they may seek you and your cheerleaders to be 
interviewed by one of the radio commentators. In 
order to make their task easier, we are asking 
that you register your seat, row and section num- 
ber. A possible radio interview is often missed 
because the guides could not locate the desired 
person in time for the interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all spon- 
sors and cheerleaders that KAPOS has a Hospital- 
ity Room located in Freedom Hall. We cordially 
invite you to have refreshments, socialize with 
friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps get help 
with your problems. 

"Sweet Sixteen" Cheerleading Squads: Atten- 
tion Principals! If your team will be participating 
in the State Tournament, included in the packet 
sent to you by the KHSAA will be a letter per- 
taining to your cheerleading squad. Be sure to 
look for this and relay all information to your 
cheerleader sponsor. We request that your cheer- 
leaders be chaperoned by a well qualified, school 
approved adult. Verification of this, along with 
your sponsor's name, must be contained in the 
letter of conformation which you will receive. 
This letter must be in the hands of a KAPOS 
officer prior to the time that your cheerleaders 
take the floor. 

Important! Please be sure that your school 
is a paid up member of KAPOS in order for your 
squad to compete for the cheerleading awards in 
the State Tournament. The winners of these a- 



wards will be determined by use of the KAPOS 
Judging Sheet, a copy of which will also be in- 
cluded in the packet sent by the KH.S.A.A. to 
the winners of the sixteen regions. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding cheer- 
leading squads with the recognition they so well 
deserve. All cheerleader awards will be presented 
between games on Friday night of the State 
Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad will receive 
the Ted Sanford Trophy. The runner-up cheer- 
leading squad will receive a trophy, with the third 
and fourth place squads being awarded plaques. 
In addition, the special K-Pep Award will be 
presented. All Tournament cheerleading squads 
and their sponsors are asked to be located close 
to the playing floor so they can easily come to 
the floor should they be called for an award. 

GOVERNOR CARROLL DECLARES 
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP WEEK 

While every week should be Good Sports- 
manship Week, KAPOS has always tried to put 
special emphasis on being a good sport at State 
Tournament time. Being a good sport is part of 
being a good citizen. We don't believe that good 
citizens need to be reminded to exemplify good 
sportsmanship. However, it is especially fitting 
at tournament time to remind all citizens that 
it is a privilege to be able to attend the games 
and that each individual can contribute to the 
success of the tournament if he will abide by the 
KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by Gov- 
ernor Carroll. The Governor's proclamation is on 
display at the KAPOS table. 

NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necessary to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel to help 
at the tournament. This involves at least 12 to 15 
people. It is also backbreaking, tiresome work. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1978 



MARION HIGH SCHOOL — STATE CLASS AAAA, 
REGION II, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) First Row: Asst. Coach A. Lamham, J. Shockency. B. ickrill. F. Wright, C. Mudd. R. Turpin. 
S. Peterson, B. Borders, K. Shackleford, Asst. Coach B. Toon. Second Row: J. Montgomery, D. Spalding, T. Clark, A. 
Gunter, D. Allen, E. Harris, J. Mattirigly, J. Raikes, Asst. Coach M. Brown. Third Row: Asst. Coach B. Reese, T. Clark, 
M. Clark, A. ParTott, R. Harris, J. Lee, B. Peterson, M. Clark, J. Peterson, Head Coach Lewis Cook. Fourth Row: 
A. Perkins, C. Simms, D. Osbourne. S. Blanford, J. Hagan, P. Southall, D. George, E. Peterson, Mgr. C. Furman. 
Fifth Row: Mgr. T. Helm, G- Spalding, M. Smith, D. Scott, S. Lee, T. Smith, M. Jaglowicz, Mgr. D. Furman. 




However, we have many dedicated women who 
have indicated a willingness to help share these 
duties provided they get a release from their ad- 
ministrators. Therefore, the KAPOS board is seek- 
ing your understanding and cooperation should 
you be asked to release a teacher from her duties 
to help carry on the work that KAPOS is doing 
to make cheerleading a worthwhile educational 
experience in the State of Kentucky. 

STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is now being given to cheerlead- 
ing squads other than those sixteen fortunate 
enough to participate with their teams in the 
State Tournament. The winner will receive the 
Jane Meyer trophy, while the runner-up will re- 
ceive a trophy. Plaques will be given to the third 
and fourth place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that 
are KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for 
the honor of representing their district in the 
KAPOS Region-At-Large cheerleading competi- 
tion. The winner and runner-up of each district 
will progress to the region. In turn, the winner 
and runner-up from each region is allowed to 
compete for the title of State-At-Large Cheer- 
leading Champions. 

Judging for the State-At-Large winners will 
take place at 12:30 P.M., on Thursday, March 23, 
and at 8:30 A.M., Friday, March 24, in the Ather- 
ton High School Gymnasium, 3000 Dundee Road, 
Louisville. The public is invited to this outstanding 
event. The admission charge of $1.00 per person 
will go toward the expenses of the KAPOS scholar- 
ship award, details of which are supplied below. 
We are grateful to the administrators of Atherton 
for their generosity in opening the doors of their 
school to us for this competitive event. We trust 
that they will have no cause to fault our be- 
havior. All cheerleaders and guests will be ex- 
pected to be remindful that they are guests in 
the "home" of Atherton High School. 

At the conclusion of the judging at Atherton, 
trophies will be awarded to the top four squads, 
in addition to several special awards. 

STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the 
Stella S. Gilb Scholarship to an outstanding and 



well-deserving cheerleader from Kentucky. One 
of your cheerleaders may be a potential scholar- 
ship winner, so get your applications in early. 
Applications must be turned in no later than 
April 15. Write a KAPOS officer for application 
forms, or pick them up at the State Tournament 
KAPOS table. 



Supplementary List Of Approved And 
Certified Basketball Officials For 1977-78 



Blackwood, Tom 
Blevins, Boone 
Bramble, Jim 
Brown, John 
Bruner, Jack 
Butcher, Doug 

Call, Barbara 
Collins, Hubert 

Downs, Joe 

Holmes, Robert E. 

Long, Bill 

Meredith, Wilmoth 
Mills, D wight 
Murrell, Allen 



CERTIFIED 

Napier, Charles 

Ogden, Paul 



Proffit, Carlee 

Radjunas, John 
Randolph, Woody 
Rice, Williard 

Seavers, Joe 

Thomas, Billy 
Thornsberry, Larry 

Williams, Roger 
Wingfield, Felix 
Wright, A. D. 



Gibson, Gerald 
Gilliam, Steve 

Idol, Billy J. Sr. 



APPROVED 

Jones, Ben 

Simms, William 
Whitley, Kim 



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FRANKLIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL — STATE AAAA, 
REGION II, DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 

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(Left to Right) First Row: B. Bingham, B. Augspurger. K. Hairod. B. Shap, D. Sheets. M. Brownlee. Second Row: 
M. Hammond, C. Arviri, D. Webb, M. Philpot, P. O'Neal, J. True, M. Bernard. Third Row: L. Doulhitt, J. Vandermeer, 
M. Rutledge. K. Hockensmith, R. Davis, D. Walkins, R. Anderson. R. Davis. D. Waikins. R. Anderson. Fourth Row: 
J. Sanderson, B. Davis, B. Mitchell, C. Augspurger, D. Tucker, R. Clay, E. Thompson, V. Clay. Fifth Row: J. Clay, 
G. Clay, J. Brownlee, T. May, T. Smith. J. McGehee, B. Higgs. M. Burchfield. Sixth Row: M. Miller. M. Selisam, S. 
Sacre. G. Jennings. P. McDonald. R. Jenkins, G. Dempsey, L. Hall, T. Tracy. Seventh Row: K. Dotson. W. Badgett, 
S. Vandergriff, B. McBee, D. Hamblin, J. Hyman, M. Hanks. C. Childs. G. Brownlee. 



INSTRUCTIONS TO AND DUTIES OF 
SCORERS FOR BASKETBALL GAMES 

RULES COVERAGE: 

Rule 2, Section 2: Referee designates official score- 
book and official scorer. 

Rule 2, Section 11: Duties and responsibilities of 
scorers are indicated. In case of doubt, signal the 
floor official as soon as conditions permit to verify 
the official's decision. 

Rules Committee strongly recommends official 
scorer wear a black and while striped garment 
and his location at scorers' and timers' table be 
clearly marked. 

RESPONSIBILITY: 

Scorer's responsibility is so great that floor offi- 
cials must establish the closest cooperation and 
understanding with them. Scorers must be ac- 
curate. 

EQUIPMENT: 

Scorebook (must be available for inspection at 
table from 10 minutes prior to the game until 
the referee has approved the final score), pencils 
and signaling device with sound different from 
that of timer. 

BEFORE GAME: 

1. Ten minutes before scheduled game time, the 
scorers shall be supplied with each team's 
roster and numbers. 

2. Ten minutes before scheduled game starting 
time, the scorers shall be supplied with start- 
ing line-up. 

3. Notify the referee if either list is not sub- 
mitted on time or is altered after time speci- 
fied. 

4. If there are discrepancies, notify referee be- 
fore ball is tossed. 

DURING INTERMISSIONS: 

1. Either official scorer or a delegated assistant 
must be at the scorers' table with the official 
scorebook at all times. 

2. Verify the line-up after all intermissions and 
notify either floor official if a player, who 
has not reported, has entered the court. 

DURING COURSE OF GAME: 

1. Non-official scorers should check each entry 
with official scorebook. 

2. Scorers Should: 

a. Announce to each other and record total 
running score. 

b. Announce name and number of player who 
scores. 



c. Verify scoreboard score. 

d. Compare summary of individual scores 
with total running score at end of half. 

e. Exchange name and number of player com- 
mitting personal foul and indicate total 
fouls charged to him. 

3. In case of controversy, the record of the offi- 
cial scorebook is accepted unless the referee 
has knowledge which permits him to rule 
otherwise. 
SCORING: (Use the following recommended sym- 
bols): 

1. P for personal foul, followed by proper nu- 
meral exponent indicating number of personal 
fouls charged to player as Pi, P 9 , etc. 

2. T for technical foul. 

3. Successful field goal: figure 2. 

4. Free throw attempt: O 

5. Successful free throw: @ 

6. 2 free throws awarded: O — O 

7. O + O: bonus situation. If 1st attempt is 
successful, bonus throw awarded. 

8. List the number of charged time-outs for 
each team. 

9. Check the scoreboard often and have pro- 
gressive team totals available at all time. 
(Points scored in wrong basket are never 
credited to a player but are credited to team 
in a footnote. Points awarded for basket in- 
terference by defense are credited to throw- 
er. When a live ball goes in basket, last 
player who touched ball causes it to go 
there.) 

NOTIFY NEAREST OFFICIAL WHEN: 

1. The bonus penalty is in effect, and the proper 
bonus panel (H or V) shall be displayed, 
immediately after the penalty has been ad- 
ministered for a team's fourth personal foul 
in a given half (for games played in quar- 
ters) or sixth personal foul (for games played 
in halves). When a team's bonus panel (H 
for home and V for visitors) is on display, 
it indicates to the official that their opponents 
shall be entitled to a second free throw for 
all common fouls (excluding player control 
fouls) for which the first free throw is suc- 
cessful. Another widely used method is as 
follows: When a team is to receive a bonus 
throw a light or arrow nearest its basket is 
displayed. 

2. Any player is charged with his 5th personal 
foul. 

3. Either team has 5 charged time-outs. 

(Continued on Page Nine) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1978 



BISHOP DAVID HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AAAA 
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) First Row: D. Geraghiy, D. Keen. J. Milliner, M. Faulkner, R. Warren, P. Weber, G. WeOie, J. 
Rosado, P. Wilson, D. Berry, K. Norris. D. Mingus. G. Butler. Second Row: D. Schoenbachler. J. Zeller. C. Corder, 
J. Lyons. G. Heuke, J. Milliner. D. Lally. M. Harreld, J. Johnson, J. Bohn, M. Gagell, K. Mi^igus, D. Burks, T. Spen- 
cer. Third Row: R. Anderson, G. Collina, S. Biven, D. Schaftleir, D. Higgins. K. Scanlon, M. Hoskins, T. KUkelly. J. 
Campbell, M. Ryan, K. McGath, G. Alvey, J. Dalton, G. Hooper. C. Alexander, J. Armstrong. Fourth Row: B. Ruccio, 
G. Senn, S. Ernst. J. Milliner, D. Brietmeyer, K. Leiber, N. Neuner, T. Steuer. R. Curtis, D. Smith, M. Byerly. J. 
Lampkin, J. Leomard. Fifth Row: J. Groves, D. Smith. J. Dever. R. Ramirez, J. Meyer, B. Nord, R. Ballard, J. 
Sodini, D. Nash, G. Ryan, M. Atzinger, D. Mount. K. Wolfe. Sixth Row: Coach T. McAnally, Trainer D. Graves, Coach 
K. Schmitt, Head Coach D. Nash, Coach B. Bronger. Coach T. Martin, Coach D. Leasor. 

SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AAAA, 
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT 2 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) First Row: R. Powell, M. Howard, M. Lauyens, J. Thompson, S. Helton, B. Rhea. A. Schumacher, 
J. Burney, A. Beck, F. Heslin, M. Trabue, B. Smith, M. Greenwell, M. Chinn, B. Page, T. Cubbage, Mgr. Second Row: 
H. Adams, W. Schumacher, M. Wigginton, G. Hagan, M. Gibson, M. Pendleton, A. Howell, G. Smith, R. Page. T. 
Gillespie, M. Parrish, G. Embry, L. Thurman, N. Mayes, J. Schneider, J. Tobbe, J. Saltsman, B. Cubbage. Mgr. Third 
Row: G. Livers, C. Davis, T. Dircksen, S. Howell, M. Hagan, T. Gibson, K. Huffman, R. Adams, L. Edward, Runyon, 
B. Adams. S. Drury, S. Clark, B. Johnson, M. Edward, Mgr., L. Wilson, Mgr., S. Stack, Mgr. 



DUPONT MANUAL HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AAAA, 
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT 3 CHAMPION 




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(Left to Right) First Row: R. Grace. W. Collier, F. Sitgraves, J. Knable. D. Bradley, D. McClure, A. Singleton, 
M. Schmeizer. J. Howlett. E. Finwick, G. Smith. K. Hill, C. McKelvey. Second Row: M. Boehnlein. K. Moore. W. 
Simms. G- Coleman. K. Holkamp, K. Mudd, E. Maddox, B. Melhardt, S. Curry, C. Bruce, S. Schuler, M. Browning. 
Third Row: T. Walker. R. Walker. V. Osborne, A. Green. W. Bivens. J. Graham. A. Wiley, D. Woodson. R. Watson. G. 
Meriwealher, J. Milton, M. Jutz. Fourth Row: L. Malone. J. Fox, K. Rayzor, R. Becker. R. Brown, T. Burger, J. Brittle, 
F. Willoughby, D. Benningfield, E. Singleton. R. Peterson. Fifth Row: D. Taylor, J. Thomas, J. Fletcher, D. Jefferson, 
R. Francis, D. Hall, E. Asbury, T. Cundiff. D. Weathers. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1978 



Page Nine 



Scorer 

(Continued from Page Seven) 

4. Ball is dead in control of team of offending 
player if player is discovered who has not 
reported to scorer or who has changed his 
number without reporting it, or who is illegal- 
ly in game. 

5. Ball is dead, if there is a score dispute or 
doubt about an official's decision. 

6. Player enters while wearing illegal number. 

7. Ball is dead and the clock is stopped or run- 
ning, if coach requests that a correctable error 
be prevented or rectified. 

SUBSTITUTIONS: 

1. A substitution may be made when the ball 
is dead and time is out. A player who has 
been withdrawn may not reenter before the 
next opportunity to substitute after the clock 
has started following his replacement. 

2. A substitute who is entitled and ready to 
enter must report to the official scorer. How- 
ever, substitutions between halves shall be 
made to the official scorer by the substi- 
tuted) or a team representative prior to the 
signal which ends the intermission. 

3. A substitute may enter court only when 
beckoned and he must do so at once. 

4. If status of ball is about to change, the sub- 
stitution shall be delayed until the next sub- 
stitution opportunity. 

5. If substitute enters and must withdraw be- 
fore a jump ball or free throw is' adminis- 
tered, he or she may not reenter until next 
dead ball and time is out. 

*6. Substitute may be beckoned after 1st throw 
of a multiple throw or after any throw for a 
false double foul or after any successful free 
throw. 

*It is not permissible for a substitute to re- 
place designated jumper, or a free thrower when 
the free throw is for a personal foul unless such 
thrower is disqualified, or unless either the jumper 
or the free thrower is injured. The scorer should 
not signal after the ball has been placed at the 
disposal of the free thrower. 

Instructions To And Duties Of Timers 
For Basketball Games 

RULES COVERAGE: 

Rule 2, Section 2: Instruct the referee to designate 
the official timepiece and its operator. Second 
timer should assume responsibilities of operating 
time-out stop watch and checking official time- 
piece. 

Rule 2, Section 12: Duties and responsibilities of 
timers are indicated. Efficient timer will carefully 
study these sections and become thoroughly fa- 
miliar with all their aspects. Timer shall sound a 
warning signal 15 seconds before the end of an 
intermission, a charged time-out or a time-out for 
replacing a disqualified player. 
EQUIPMENT: 

Electric clock timer and one stopwatch, or a table 
clock timer and one stopwatch, or two stop- 
watches. Pistol, large gong, loud siren orelectric 
air horn. 

BEFORE THE GAME: 

1. Official timer should ascertain game starting 
time and suggest that referee and coaches 
synchronize their watches. 

2. Review official signals for time-in time-out, 
foul and violation. 

3. Locate dressing rooms and notify scorers ten 
minutes prior to starting time. 



TIMING REGULATIONS: 

1. Playing time shall be: 

a. For teams of college age — two halves of 
20 minutes each with an intermission of 
15 minutes between halves. 

b. For teams of high school age — four quar- 
ters of 8 minutes each with intermissions 
of one minute after the 1st and 3rd quar- 
ters and 10 minutes between halves. 

c. For teams younger than in (b) — four 
quarters of 6 minutes each with intermis- 
sions same as for (b). 

2. Overtime Play: 

a. If score is tied at end of 2nd half, play 
shall continue without change of baskets 
for one or more extra periods, with a 1 
minute intermission before each. 

b. In games played in halves, the length of 
each extra period shall be 5 minutes. 

c. In games played in quarters, the length of 
each extra period shall be 3 minutes. 

d. As many such extra periods as are needed 
to break the tie shall be played. Game ends, 
if, at end of any extra period; the score 
is not tied. 

e. Extra periods are an extension of 2nd half. 

3. A charged time-out is of 1 minute duration 
unless team charged with time-out is ready 
to resume play sooner. 

4. No time-out is charged when: 

a. A disqualified player is replaced within 1 
minute. 

b. An injured player is ready to play imme- 
diately or is replaced until at least the 
next opportunity to substitute after the 
clock has started following his or her re- 
placement. 

c. Floor official grants a player's request be- 
cause of displaced eyeglasses or lens. 

d. As in 5-9-(c), a correctable error has been 
prevented or rectified. 

5. Sounding of scorer's signal does not cause 
game timepiece to be stopped in a correct- 
able error situation. 
START THE OFFICIAL TIMEPIECE WHEN: 

1. A tossed ball is legally tapped if play is re- 
sumed by a jump. 

2. Ball touches a player in court during a throw- 
in (if clock has been stopped). 

3. Official signals "time-in" (but if he or she 
neglects to do so, official timepiece should 
be started unless an official specifically sig- 
nals that it should not be started). 

4. The ball touches or is touched by a player 
on the court provided the ball is to remain 
alive if the free throw is missed. (In these 
cases, the official will give the time-in signal, 
but if he or she neglects to do so, the official 
timepiece should be started when it is ap- 
parent the ball touches a player and is to 
remain alive.) 

STOP THE OFFICIAL TIMEPIECE WHEN: 

1. Any period ends. 

2. An official gives a time-out signal. The offi- 
cial will order time-out when: 

a. Foul is called by holding hand with fingers 
closed at arm's length above head. 

b. Jump ball is declared by giving the jump 
ball signal (holding thumbs up at shoulder 
height away from body and motioning up- 
ward with both arms extended). 

c. Violation occurs by giving the time-out 
signal (holding hand with fingers extended 
at arm's length above head) after which 
he or she gives proper violation signal. 

d. There is to be a charged time-out, or an 
official's time-out for a technical foul, or 



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other stoppage indicated by a floor official 
who holds hand at arm's length above 
head with fingers extended. 
NEAR THE END OF THE PERIOD: 

1. If a watch is being used as the official time 
piece, place it so both timers may see it and 
the ball. Watch must be stopped the instant 
signal ending game is sounded. 

2. When a timing device other than a watch is 
the official timepiece, timers must coordinate 
their efforts in determining the position of 
the ball when time expires. 

3. Some timers, in order to avoid misunderstand- 
ing concerning position of the ball when time 
expires, have one timer watch the official 
timepiece and count aloud 10-9-8-7, etc., 
while other timer watches the ball and notes 
its position at the exact moment time expires. 

4. If a period ends and: 

a. The timer has been unable to make an 
official hear the signal, the timer must go 
on the court immediately and notify the 
official. 

b. The timing signal fails or is not heard by 
an official, timer must be prepared to ad- 
vise official as to whether ball was in 
flight when time expired, or whether a 
foul occurred before or after the period 
had ended. 

c. Timing signal is not heard by official, tes- 
timony of timers may determine whether 
a score shall count or a foul shall be 
charged, unless the referee has informa- 
tion which would alter the situation. 



1977-78 BASKETBALL 
EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

INSTALLMENT II 

EDITOR'S NOTE: These interpretations of the 
rules of the National Basketball Committee of the 
United States and Canada do not set aside nor 
modify any rule. The rulings are approved and 
apply to the situations for which they are given. 

BRICE B. DURBIN, 

National Federation Publications 

PUBLICATION CORRECTION — 
INSTALLMENT I 

Play Situation 9 and its ruling should be re- 
vised as follows: 

9. Play: Al is attempting the second free throw 
of a two shot foul. While the second free throw 
is in flight, A2 and B2 slug each other simultane- 
ously. 

Ruling: Both A2 and B2 are expelled from the 
game. No free throws are awarded. The ball is put 
in play with a jump ball in the center circle be- 
tween any two opponents. 

10. Comment: A legal goal is made by a live ball 
entering the basket from above and remaining in 
or passing through the basket. For certain viola- 
tions, points are awarded so that the net result 
is the same as if a legal goal had been scored. 
For a field goal, a legal goal is counted for the 
team in whose basket the ball falls, regardless of 
which team put the ball there. For a free throw, 
it is assumed that the try will always be made at 
the right basket but, if a free throw should be 
thrown in the wrong basket, it counts for the 
thrower unless cancelled for a substitute throw at 
the correct basket. (5-1: 5-2) 



11. Play: A pass or a try for field goal by Al 
comes down several feet in front of the basket. 
The ball strikes the floor without touching any 
player and bounces into the basket. Are two 
points counted for A: (a) if not complicated by 
expiration of time for a period or by a foul occur - 
ing while the ball is in flight; or (b) if time ex- 
pires while the ball is in flight or a foul occurs 
while the ball is in flight? 

Ruling: In (a) two points are scored. The try for 
field goal by Al ends when the ball touches the 
floor but a field goal is sometimes scored when, 
technically, it is not the result of a try. Despite 
this, the points count for the proper team. In the 
case cited, it is customary to credit the two points 
to Al. In (b) neither the expiration of time nw a 
foul causes the ball to become dead immediately 
provided it is a try for a field goal. A pass is not 
a try for goal, hence the dead ball would be de- 
layed until the try ends. By definition, the try 
ends when the ball touches the floor. Hence, no 
points are scored in the situation outlined in (b). 
(5-1) 

12. Play: How should the 2nd quarter be started 
if a foul occurs simultaneously with the ending 
of the 1st quarter? 

Ruling: There is nothing which makes the foul 
and the expiration of time happen exactly at the 
same moment. A contact foul is seldom, if ever, 
instantaneous such as the ending of a period. The 
official is expected to decide whether it occurred 
before or after the expiration of time. In case of 
doubt, the official will probably see the foul as 
part of the 1st period. (5-6) 

13. Play: A time-out is taken for injured Al: 
(a) A2 remains in the game; or (b) during the 
time-out the coach is beckoned by the official to 
come onto the floor to examine Al who remains 
in the game; or (c) during the time-out the coach 
is beckoned onto the court by the official to ex- 
amine Al, who is replaced. 

Ruling: In both (a) and (b) team A is charged 
with a time-out for each minute or fraction there- 
of. In (c) there is no charged time-out. (5-9) 

14. Play: On throw-in by Al from A's end of 
court, ball passes over backboard so it cuts the 
plane formed by the backboard sides extended 
upward. 

Ruling: Legal if court is equipped* with fan- 
shaped backboard. If rectangular backboard is 
being used, ball remains dead and is awarded to 
B at spot of throw-in. The rules provide that the 
thrower-in is never required to make the throw- 
in from directly behind the backboard. (7-1; 6-7) 

15. Play: Al, while dribbling, touches: (a) Bl 
who is standing on a sideline; or (b) a nearby 
chair or scorers' table while his or her feet are 
inbounds. 

Ruling: (a) Al is inbounds. However, if the ball 
in control of Al touches Bl, ball is out of bounds 
and, hence, ball is considered to have gone out 
of bounds. (7-1) 

16. Play: Team A is in control in back court for 
seven seconds. Al throws the ball toward A2 in 
front court. Bl jumps from front court and while 
in the air bats the ball back to Al in his back 
court. Does this give Team A ten more seconds 
to get the ball to front court? 

Ruling: Yes, a new count is initiated because Bl 
by interpretation has front court status when 
touching the ball. (9-8) 

17. Play: While the ball is touching the ring of 
the basket on a field goal attempt, a player grasps 
the ring. 



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Page Eleven 






Ruling: This is a double infraction. It is both 
basket interference and a technical foul. The mo- 
ment the hand touched the ring, it was basket 
interference. When the player grasped the ring, 
a technical foul occurred. (9-11: 10-4f) 

18. Play: Al picks up a loose ball and passes the 
ball directly to A2 standing under the opponent's 
basket. The ball touches the fingers of A2 and 
bounces up through the net and while the ball is: 
(a) entirely above ring level it comes to rest on 
basket flange plate. 

Ruling: The ball is awarded to team B at nearest 
out of bounds spot. The violation by A2 preceded 
the ball coming at rest on the flange plate at the 
basket of team B. (9-11) 

19. Play: The ball enters the basket during a 
field goal try by Al. Before the ball is in flight 
for the try. Al is fouled. A2 touches the rim while 
the ball is in the basket. 

Ruling: Two free throws for Al, since no points 
were scored as a result of the try for a field goal. 
(9-11: 10-10) 

20. Play: During a try by Al, ball is bouncing 
above ring when Bl touches (no grasp) net or ring. 

Ruling: Not a violation unless ball is in or on 
basket. (9-11) 

21. Play: Al, while controlling the ball, leaps for 
a lay-up attempt. A small portion of the ball 
touches the imaginary cylinder above the basket 
ring before it is released and scores. 

Ruling: Legal goal. (9-11) 

22. Play: During try for field goal by Al, Bl 
contacts Al. The throwing motion is continued 
and, while ball is circling the ring. Bl bats it off 
ring. 

Ruling: Both the personal foul and the violation 
for basket interference should be penalized. Two 
points should be credited to Al after which one 
free throw should be awarded him or her. (9-11; 
6-7 Ex.) 

23. Play: Al throws the ball down into the basket 
from above but from outside of the imaginary 
cylinder. His or her hand loses contact with the 
ball before it (the ball) enters the cylinder. How- 
ever, on the follow-through the hand enters the 
cylinder and again contacted the ball. 

Ruling: Violation. It is not a violation for a player 
to have a hand within the imaginary cylinder 
above the basket provided it is not touching the 
ball. Rule 9-11 does permit a player to carry the 
ball into the imaginary cylinder above the ring or 
place the ball into the basket itself. It is a viola- 
tion, however, when a player touches the ball or 
the basket when the ball is in or on the basket, 
or to touch the ball while any portion of the ball 
is touching the imaginary cylinder directly above 
the basket and the player did not carry the ball 
into cylinder or basket. (9-11) 

24. Play: Ball is in flight during a field goal try 
by Al when time for a quarter expires. Following 
the expiration of time and while the ball is rolling 
on the ring, Bl taps it into the basket. 

Ruling: Violation by Bl. The ball was alive until 
touched by Bl when it became dead. Consequent- 
ly, the field goal does not count. However, the 
action by Bl is basket interference. Two points 
are awarded to Al because of the interference. 



FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky College of Education. The code 
letters "e, j, s, c, a" refer to elementary, junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 

Gymnastics 

GYMNASTICS PART 1, j-s-c-a, 1% reels (17 

min.). $3.00 

Introduces the basic principles of gymnastics 
and follows the routines developed by polished 
performers on the parallel bars, the rope climb, 
and the long horse. Attention is given to the rolls, 
handstands, and handsprings, twists and somer- 
saults that are basic to tumbling. (Hoefler) 

GYMNASTICS, PART H j-s-c-a, 1% reels (17 

min.), $3.00 

Introducing the gymnast to the fundamentals 
of free exercise routines. Stresses the importance 
of smooth action as well as strength, form, bal- 
ance, and ability to develop the difficult routines. 
Demonstrates rings, side horse, and the high bar. 
(Hoefler) 

INTERMEDIATE TUMBLING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 

min.), $2.00 

Demonstrates twenty stunts in handspring, 
balance, and somersault progressions and .safety 
precautions are given to prevent accidents or in- 
juries while teaching technique and form. 
SIMPLE STUNTS, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 min.), $2.00 

Provides instructions in the healthful group 
activities that require little or no equipment. 
Demonstrates simple stunts for strength and skill 
and emphasizes safety prfecautions. 

Injuries 

TEAM PHYSICIAN, j-s-c-a, 3 reels (28 min.), color 

$1.00 

The message is aimed at physicians, coaches, 

athletes and parents. Includes five regulations 

which are concerned with preventing injuries as 

well as treating them when they occur. (KHSAA) 

Baseball 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1965, e-j-s-c-a, 

2 reels, color, $1.00 

In the 36th all-star game at the home of the 
Minnesota Twins in Minneapolis the National 
League conquered the American League by 6-5. A 
crowd of over 47,000 saw Willie Mays hit the 
first pitch of the game for a home run. (KHSAA) 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF. 1966, j-s-c-a, 

1% reels, color, $1.00 

The greats of the National League battle the 
stars of the American League in the new 26 mil- 
lion dollar Busch Stadium at St. Louis. The Na- 
tional League won the game in the tenth inning as 
Tim McCarver scored on a single by Maury Wills. 
Close-ups of the stars are shown as they warm up 
for each game. (KHSAA) 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1967, e-j-s-c-a, 

3 reels, color, '1.00 

The National and American League All-Star 
Game was played in the new Anaheim Stadium, 
home of the California Angels. The Phillies' Richie 
Allen homered in the first inning and Frank Rob- 
inson of Baltimore tied the score in the second. In 
the fifteenth inning Tony Perez of Cincinnati 
broke the tie and won the game for the National 
League by hitting a home run. (KHSAA) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1978 



BASEBALL HALL OF FAME, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 

color, $1.00 

This film shows the annual meeting at Coop- 
erstown, N. Y. when new names are added to the 
Hall of Fame list. Numerous stars of the past re- 
turn to the shrine each year at this time and are 
shown as their feats on the diamond are related. 
The history of Cooerspown and the purpose of 
the Hall of Fame are explained in the picture. 
BASEBALL TODAY, 16 mm, 28 minute sound, 

color (or black & white) 

Special visual effects and interesting play sit- 
uations aid the player, coach and umpire in gain- 
ing a better understanding of the rules. Baseball 
fans will also find this excellent teaching film 
will add a great deal to their appreciation and 
enjoyment of the great American pastime, base- 
ball. This picture was produced under the direc- 
tion of the Nat'l. Fed. of State High School Asso- 
ciations and approved by the Nat'l. Fed. Baseball 
Rules Committee. 
CATCHING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 

The basic skills in catching baseball are pre- 
sented in this film. How to catch a high rapid ball, 
a batted ball, a thrown ball, and a ground ball are 
shown. Stance motion and close-up photography 
are used to enable the viewer to follow each step 
or movement in each of the basic skills. 
DOUBLE-PLAY KINGS OF BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 

2 reels. $1.00 

This film presents an analysis of the double- 
play, in baseball. Different players from several 
major leagues are shown in action. Fielding, tag- 
ging, and throwing are illustrated and explained. 
FIFTY YEARS OF BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 

$1.00 

Facts of the immortal stars of baseball are re- 
called in this fifty years of memorial. Shows some 
famous oldtimers as their exploits are narrated and 
great moments of action in the lives of the more 
recent baseball heroes. (KHSAA) 
HITTING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 

Slow motion and close-up photography are 
used to follow accurately and graphically the 
basic fundamentals of hitting in baseball. Coordi- 
nation of feet, legs, hips, shoulders, arms, and 
head is explained. How to select a bat, how to 
hold it, and correct batting positions are shown. 
INFIELD PLAY AT 1st AND 3rd, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 

$1.00 

The fundamentals and finer points of infield 
play at first and third bases are illustrated by big 
league players. Fielding, stance, throwing, tagging 
runners, etc., pictured often in slow motion. Spon- 
sored by A. G. Spalding Co., the American and 
National Leagues. 
INSIDE BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 3 reels, $1.00 

Fundamentals of baseball, including pitching, 
batting, fielding, and base-running, are demonstra- 
ted. Note: This film was placed with the library 
through the courtesy of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. 
OCTOBER, MADNESS— THE WORLD SERIES, 

e-j-s-c-a, 2Vi reels, '1.00 

Shows many of the unforgettable feats per- 
formed by players as they happened in World 
Series past. Dramatic plays that made everlasting 
heroes are highlighted along with the anguish felt 
by the victims. (KHSAA) 
PLAY BALL, SON, j-s, 1% reels, $2.50 

Joe Cronin introduces this film showing a 
group of fourteen-year-old boys who are experts 
in baseball. Correct methods of hitting, catching, 
and throwing are demonstrated in natural and 
slow-motion. Based on book by Bert V. Dunne. 
THROWING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 



Slow motion, close-up and stop photography 
are used in presenting the basic fundamentals of 
throwing in baseball. Instructions are given for the 
overthrows, three-quarter side, side, and under- 
hand throws. Coordination of foot and arm mo- 
tion is stressed, as well as coordination of the 
body as a whole. 
WORLD SERIES OF 1961, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 

Min.), color, $1.00 

Narrated by Mel Allen, this film shows the 
Cincinnati Reds were able to win only the second 
game in the series against the New York Yankees. 
Superb pitching of Whitey Ford and batting power 
of the Yankees brought them the world's cham- 
pionship after five games. 
WORLD SERIES OF 1962, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

Key plays from all seven games are shown as 
the New York Yankees of the American League 
retain the world's championship by defeating the 
San Francisco Giants by the score of 1-0 in the 
final game. 
WORLD SERIES OF 1963, j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.) 

color, $1.00 

Shows highlights of games in which the Los 
Angeles Dodgers won the baseball championship 
by defeating the New York Yankees in four 
straight games. 
WORLD SERIES OF 1964, j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.) 

color, $1.00 

The St. Louis Cardinals topped the New York 
Yankees in the first game, 9-5, and went on to win 
the series to become the world's champions for 
1965. Covers all the exciting plays in the games. 
WORLD SERIES OF 1965, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

Shows highlights of the games in which the 
Minnesota Twins take the first two games at Min- 
neapolis from Los Angeles and the Dodgers come 
back to win the next four games with Sandy 
Koufax pitching the seventh game for the world's 
champions. (KHSAA) 
WORLD SERIES OF 1966, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

The Baltimore Orioles amazed the sports 
world as they defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 
in four straight games to win the world champion- 
ship. Even the great Sandy Koufax and Don 
Drysdale could not silence the bats of Frank Rob- 
inson and Brooks Robinson. Shows the action plays 
in all four games. (KHSAA) 
WORLD SERIES OF 1967, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color 

$1.00 

The St. Louis Cardinals need the full seven 
games to win the championship over the Boston 
Red Sox. Harry Carey narrates the play as Jim 
Lonborg, aided by slugger Carl Yastremski, wins 
two games for the Sox but cannot match the three 
wins by Bob Gibson of the Cards. (KHSAA) 
WORLD SERIES OF 1968, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 

Min.), color, $1.00 

The Detroit Tigers, playing in the World 
Series for the first time in twenty-three years, 
beat the St. Louis Cardinals by four games to 
three. The Cardinals took a 3 to 1 lead but the 
Tigers came back to win the series. Mickey Lolich 
won three games for the Tigers. Bob Gibson won 
two games for the Cardinals but was the loser in 
the final game. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1969, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 

Min.), color, $1.00 

The New York Mets, National League Cham- 
pions, defeated the American League winner, Bal- 
timore, for the world championship. The Mets 
won four straigh games after the Orioles took 
the first one at Baltimore. Shows dazzling de- 
fensive plays which highlighted the series. 
(KHSAA) 



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NORTH HARDIN HIGH SCHOOL 
1978 CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING TEAM 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Pete Baney, Bernie McCamish, Ronnie Williams, 
Joe Burroughs, Tim Boggess, Luis Carrion. Second Row: Coach Smith, Mike 
Gallagher, Jim Bays, Sam Arrendondo, Jeff Shoebrooks, Randy Gardner, David 
Jones, Coach Jones. 



Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 

Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

MARCH, 1978 






HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' GYMNASTICS TEAM 
1978 K.H.S.A.A. STATE CHAMPIONS 




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TATES CREEK HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' GYMNASTICS TEAM 
1978 K.H.S.A.A. STATE CHAMPIONS 




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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XL 



MARCH. 1978 



$1.00 Per Year 



1978 FOOTBALL RULES CHANGES 

Nineteen changes in football rules for the 
1978 season were adopted by the National Alliance 
Rules Committee at its annual meeting earlier this 
month in Los Angeles. 

These are the changes and, where appropriate, 
discussion of the change: 

Rule 1-2-3 — Delete first two sentences and 
replace with: "Lines shall be marked with a non- 
caustic material." 

The former wording in place of "noncaustic 
material" was "not injurious to the eyes" but 
since even dirt can be "injurious to the eyes," 
the new wordage relating to "noncaustic" will 
be used. 

Rule 1-5-3 — Add following: Each State As- 
sociation may authorize the use of artificial limbs 
which in their opinion are no more dangerous to 
players than the corresponding human limb and 
do not place an opponent at a disadvantage." 

This is a ratification of the change announced 
earlier in the year. 

Rule 2-18-3 — New article: Define that a de- 
fensive player is on the line of scrimmage when 
he is within one yard of his line of scrimmage. 

This change will help officials to determine 
when an offensive player can block a player and 
carry his block on into the neutral zone expanded. 
This has meaning on pass plays. 

Rule 2-28 — Add to third sentence: ". . . of 
the snapper and touches a back or the ground 
before it touches a lineman." 

Rule 3-2-1 — Insert as first sentence: "The 
game officials shall assume authority for the con- 
test 30 minutes prior to the scheduled game 
time." 

Rule 3-3-3 — Revise last sentence to read: 
"If there is an unsportsmanlike foul by the offense 
during the last down of either half, the penalty 
shall be administered on the succeeding kickoff 
or at the succeeding spot if in overtime." 

This eliminates a loophole which made it 
possible for a team to get in a "cheap shot" on 
the last play of a game without being penalized 
in the overtime if one were needed. 

Rule 3-3-4 — Permit the extension of a period 
if there is a foul by the kicking team during a 
free or scrimmage kick (during the last timed 
down regardless of whether the penalty is accepted 
or declined). 

Rule 4-2-2 — Insert after "crossbar" in (c): 
". . . or an R player in the end zone and car- 
oms . . ." 

Until now, if a defensive player standing in 
the end zone tipped a field goal or extra point 
before it went across the uprights, it did not 
count. Now it will count. The reason it did not 
count in the past was because of the rule which 
indicated any time a kicked ball touched any- 
thing in or over the end zone it was dead. 

Rule 5-1-2 — Replace "during a loose ball" 
with "before the kick has ended." 

Rule 5-2-3 — Add to Article 3 Fundamental 
No. 7 on Page 64 of the rulebook. 

Rule 6-1-4 — Rewrite as follows: "If at least 
five R players are not within five yards of their 



free-kick line after the ball is declared ready-for- 
play and until it is kicked, it is a free-kick in- 
fraction." 

Rule 6-1-4 Penalty — Rewrite as follows: For 
encroachment (Art. 2 and Art. 3) — (S24 and SI) 
or free-kick infraction (Art. 4) — (S24 and S2). 

Rule 6-1-8 — Recommended to the Manual 
Committee that Signal No. 15 be adopted to indi- 
cate when any free-kick goes out-of-bounds be- 
tween the goal lines untouched or last touched by 
K. 

This change is to be able to relay to the coaches 
and fans the reason the ball is being put in play 
at the 40 yard line after a kick goes out-of-bounds. 

Rule 6-2-3 and 4 — Insert the word "expanded" 
after "neutral zone." 

Rule 6-5-6 — New article: No receiver shall 
make an invalid fair catch signal. Penalty for 
invalid fair catch signal five yards (S-30). A new 
signal for No. 30 has been suggested under the 
Manual Committee. Note: Delete invalid fair catch 
signal from list of personal fouls under 9-3-2 (f). 

This is probably the most significant change 
of the year. The change reduces the penalty for 
an invalid fair catch from 15 to five yards. Since 
this penalty is enforced from the previous spot, 
the five yard penalty is less likely to give the 
kicking team a first down, thereby reducing the 
severity of the rjenalty associated with giving an 
invalid fair catch signal. The questionnaire results 
this year revealed that in Wisconsin as well as 
nation-wide coaches' overwhelmingly favored a 
change which would reduce the penalty associated 
with an invalid fair catch signal. 

Rule 7-2-6 — Add to Article 6: A scrimmage 
down must start with a legal snap. An illegal 
snap causes the ball to remain dead. 

Rule 9-3-4 — Add new item: (d) When contact 
is caused by R's being blocked into the kicker. 

Rule 9-3-4 Penalty — Roughing the kicker be 
amended to carry the additional penalty of an 
automatic first down. 

This is probably another significant change. 
The automatic first down should discourage reck- 
less attempts to block the kick. In particular, this 
is true when the kicking team has more than 15 
yards to go for first down. It was under this kind 
of circumstance that defensive teams would be 
less concerned about roughing the kicker since 
they know that the penalty would not give them 
the first down and they would still have to punt 
on the replayed down. 

Page 83 Overtime — Add to Paragraph No. 1: 
All game rules will apply except: (a) The line-to- 
gain shall always be the goal line; (b) no try will 
be made if the winner of the game has been de- 
termined: (c) if the defensive team scores, the 
game is ended; (d) if a safety is scored, the suc- 
ceeding spot will be the 10-yard line in possession 
of the team scored upon, provided they have not 
already had their series, and (e) no free kick pri- 
vileges are awarded following a fair catch or an 
awarded fair catch. 



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VOL. XL — NO. 8 MARCH, 1978 Spring Meets 

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ATTENTION, BASEBALL OFFICIALS 

Part II of the National Federation baseball 
examination will be given all over Kentucky on 
Monday, March 27, to officials who wish to work 
for the Approved and Certified ratings. If you 
wish to take the National Federation test, let us 
know about two weeks before the above date and 
also to whom you want the test sent. This person 
should be a principal or coach in your area. 



Attention, Principals 

Under the requirements of K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 
28-3, head baseball coaches and registered baseball 
officials are required to attend at least one rules 
interpretation clinic. 

The schedule for the baseball clinics is given 
below. Principals of member schools sponsoring 
baseball teams should not allow their teams to 
begin their 1978 schedules unless there has been 
compliance with the rule mentioned. 

Baseball Clinic Schedule 

February 5 (2:30 P.M.) — County Board of Educa- 
tion, Newburg Rd., Louisville 
February 12 (2:30 P.M.) — Henry Clay High 

School, Lexington 
February 19 (2:30 P.M.) — Holmes High School, 

Covington 
March 12 (2:00 P.M.) — L. T. Smith Stadium. 

Western Ky. Univ.. Bowling Green 
March 27 (7:00 P.M.) — Somerset High School, 

Somerset 
March 28 (7:00 P.M.) — Middlesboro High School, 

Middlesboro 
March 29 (7:00 P.M.) — Hazard High School, 

Hazard 
March 30 (7:00 P.M.) — Johnson Central High 

School, Paintsville 
March 31 (7:00 P.M.) — Paul Blazer High School, 

Ashland 
April 3 (7:00 P.M.) — Elizabethtown High School, 

Elizabeth town 
'Vpril 4 (7:00 P.M.) — Hopkinsviiie High School, 

Hopkinsviiie 
\pril 5 (7:00 P.M.) — Paducah Tilghman High 

School, Paducah 
\.pril 6 (7:00 P.M.) — Owensboro High School, 

Owensboro 



STATE WRESTLING RESULTS 

The Atherton High School, Louisville, was the 
site for the State Wrestling Tournament held on 
February 10-11, 1978. Orville Williams of the 
Seneca High School was manager and Gene 
Minton of the Atherton High School was assistant 
manager of the tournament. The team results are 
as follows: 

North Hardin 35, Fort Campbell 33 V 2 , Dan- 
ville 27%, Eastern 25, Trinity 24, Union County 
23. Woodford County 21, Boone County I8V2, Fern 
Creek 17. Conner i6y 2 , Tates Creek I6V2. Wag- 
gener 16, Pleasure Ridge Park 14V2, Harrison 
County 12V2, Jessamine County 12%, Henry Clay 
12, St. Xavier 8V2, Stuart 8, Boyd County 8, Fort 
Knox 8, West Hardin 6, Ballard 6. Campbell Coun- 
ty 6, Central 6, Christian County 6. Oldham Coun- 
ty 4, Seneca 4, Simon Kenton 4, Westport 4, Cald- 
well County 4, Western 3, Middlesboro 2, Moore 
2, Kentucky School for the Blind 2. Holmes 2. 

Individual winners in each weight class are 
as follows: 

98 lb., Nick Spine (Fern Creek): 105 lb.. Tony 
Goren (Waggener); 112 lb.. Robbie Clarkston 
(Conner); 119 lb„ Chris Heavrin (St. Xavier); 126 
lb., Ricky Bottoms (Woodford County); 132 lb., 
Tommy Castle (Woodford County); 138 lb., Mike 
McDaniels (Boone County); 145 lb.. Steve Wolter- 
man (Henry Clay); 155 lb., Andrea Offutt (Ft. 
Campbell); 167 lb., Mike Brattain (Central); 185 
lb., Dave McMillian (Eastern); Heavy weight, Mike 
Balkus (Fort Campbell). 



RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP 

Rifle Marksmanship will be held at Jefferson- 
town High School, Louisville, Kentucky. Starting 
time is to be at 8:00 A.M. on April 1, 1978. For 
information contact 1st Sgt. Robert Ebert who will 
manage the Meet. The following schools have in- 
dicated they will have rifle marksmanship: 

Bourbon County, Central, Doss, Fern Creek, 
Fort Knox, Greenup County, Jeffersontown, Mc- 
Lean County, Marion County, M.M.I., Owensboro, 
Paul G. Blazer, Seneca, Stuart, Valley. 



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STATE GYMNASTICS RESULTS 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, was 
the site for the Gymnastics competition held on 
February 10-11, 1978. Kathy Case managed the 
girls' tournament, with Dr. Gerald Calkin and 
Jim Nance managing the boys' tournament. The 
results are as follows: 

Boys 

Team Finish: Tates Creek, 100.93; Pendleton 
County, 99.4; Bryan Station, 95.6. 

Floor Exercise: G. Hocker, Bryan Station, 8.1; 
J. Gilbert, Butler, 7.9; G. Castle, Henry Clay, 7.35; 
T. Henry, Pendleton County, 7.3; S. Snyder, La- 
fayette, 6.9; J. Cooper, Bryan Station, 6.8; D. Cull, 
Marion County, 6.8. 

Pommel Horse: Gilbert, Butler 7.0; Castle. 
Henry Clay, 6.25; J. Gothaid, Tates Creek, 6.0; 
J. Gruneisen, St. Xavier, 5.4; M. Hogan, Pendle- 
ton County, 5.15; R. Skewes, Bryan Station, 4.9. 

Rings: Gilbert, Butler, 7.05; Castel, Henry 
Clay, 7.0; Gothaid, Tates Creek, 6.55; D. Henry, 
Pendleton County, 6.5; T. Henry, Pendleton Coun- 
ty, 5.95; Hogan, Pendleton County, 5.85. 

Long Horse: Hocker, Bryan Station, 8.4; 
Castle, Henry Clay, 7.8; K. Durrum, Bryan Sta- 
tion, 7.8; T. Henry, Pendleton County, 7.75; G. 
Stengel, Southern, 7.7; Gruneisen, St. Xavier, 7.5. 

Parallel Bars: Gilbert, Butler, 6.7; Castle, 
Henry Clay, 6.65; T. Henry, Pendleton County. 
6.5; Gothaid, Tates Creek, 6.45; Skewes, Bryan 
Station, 5.5; D. Henry, Pendleton County, 5.35. 

Horizontal Bar: Gilbert, Butler, 6.85; Castle, 
Henry Clay, 6.3; T. Parker, Henry Clay, 5.2; D. 
Warner, Tates Creek, 5.0; S. Probus, Marion Coun- 
ty, 4.75; J. Cooper, Bryan Station, 4.2. 

All- Around: Castle, Henry Clay, 41.35; Gilbert, 
Butler, 40.35; T. Henry, Pendleton County, 34.70; 
Gruneisen, St. Xavier. 31.70; Warner, Tates Creek, 
31.1; Parker, Henry Clay, 30.85. 

Girls 

Team Finish: Henry Clay, 87.5; Lafayette, 
87.35; Moore, 86.75. 

Vault: K. Maloney, Sacred Heart, 9.25; K. 
Baines, Presentation, 9.1; T. Dowden, Lafayette, 
9.0; N. Geoghegan, Henry Clay. 8.8; T Johnson, 
Bryan Station, 8.6; F. Chrisman, Tates Creek, 8.35; 
P. Thompson, Marion County, 8.35. 

Bars: Maloney, Sacred Heart, 8.75; Dowden, 
Lafayette, 8.85, J. McDonald, Woodford County, 8.4; 
Baines, Presentation, 8.35; Geoghegan, Henry Clay, 
8.25; J. Bushan, Central, 8.0. 

Floor Exercise: Maloney, Sacred Heart, 9.0; 
Dowden, Lafayette, 8.85; Baines, Presentation. 8.7; 
Geoghegan, Henry Clay, 8.5; McDonald, Woodford 
County, 8.45; Bushan, Central. 8.15. 

Balance Beam: Maloney, Sacred Heart, 9.05: 
Dowden, Lafayette, 8.65; Baines, Presentation, 8.2; 
Geoghegan, Henry Clay, 7.8; P. Sallee, Moore. 
7.75; S. Anderson, Lafayette, 7.55. 

All- Around: Maloney, Sacred Heart, 36.05; 
Dowden, Lafayette, 35.05; Baines, Presentation, 
34.35; Geoghegan, Henry Clay, 33.35; MacDonald, 
Woodford County, 31.80; Bushan, Central, 31.55. 



FENCING INFORMATION 

The State Fencing Meet will be held at Ather- 
ton High School, Louisville, Kentucky, on April 22, 
the starting time will be 12:30 P.M. 

For more information contact W. E. Long, 
Shawnee Middle School, 4007 Herman Street. 
Louisville, Kentucky 40212, phone 502-778-3372. 



1978 BASEBALL SCHOOLS 

Region I 

District 1 — Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah Tilgh- 
man, Reidland 

District 2 — Fancy Farm, Farmington, Lowes, 
Mayfield, Wingo 

District 3 — Ballard Memorial, Carlisle Coun- 
ty,* Fulton County, Hickman County 

Region II 

District 4 — Christian County, Ft. Campbell, 
Hopkins ville 

District 5 — Caldwell County, Crittenden 
County, Livingston Central, Lyon County 

District 6 — Marshall County, Calloway Coun- 
ty, Murray 

Region III 

District 7 — Henderson County, Providence, 
Union County, Webster County 

District 8 — Dawson Springs, McLean County, 

Madisonville-N. Hopkins, South Hopkins, West 
Hopkins 

District 9 — Apollo, Daviess County, Owens- 
boro, Owensboro Catholic 

Region IV 

District 10 — Bremen, Central City, Drakes- 
boro, Graham, Greenville. Hughes Kirk, Muhlen- 
berg Central 

District 11 — Breckinridge County, Fordsville, 
Hancock County,* Ohio County, St. Romuald, 
Frederick Fraize, Trinity 

District 12 — Butler County, Grayson County, 
Edmonson County 

Region V 

District 13 — Bowling Green, Franklin-Simp- 
son, Warren Central, Warren East 

District 14 — Adair ville. Auburn, Chandlers 
Chapel, Olmstead, Russellville,* Todd County Cen- 
tral 

District 15 — Allen County, Barren County, 
Glasgow 

District 16 — Clinton County, Cumberland 
County, Gamaliel, Metcalfe County, Tompkinsville 
Region VI 

District 17 — East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Ft. 
Knox, Meade County, North Hardin, West Hardin 

District 18 — Adair County, Campbellsville, 
Marion County, Taylor County 

District 19 — Bardstown, Bethlehem, Bullitt 
Central, Nelson County, North Bullitt. Washington 
County 

District 20 — Caverna, Green County, Hart 
County, LaRue County 

Region VII 

District 21 — Bishop David, Butler,* Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Western 

District 22 — DeSales, Iroquois, Southern,* 
Thomas Jefferson* 

District 23 — Durrett* Fern Creek, Jefferson- 
town, Marion C. Moore 

District 24 — Central, Portland Christian, 
Evangel, Shawnee 

Region VIII 

District 25 — Ahrens,* Dupont Manual,* 
Male,* St. Xavier 

District 26 — Ballard, Eastern,* Waggener,* 
Westport 

District 27 — Beth Haven, Doss, Fairdale,* 
Jesse Stuart, Ninth and O Christian, Valley 

District 28 — Atherton,* Ky. Country Day, 
Seneca, Trinity 

Region IX 

District 29 — Boone County, Conner, Dixie 
Heights, Lloyd Memorial, St. Henry, Simon Ken- 
ton 



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District 30 — Bellevue, Dayton, Newport, New- 
port Catholic 

District 31 — Bishop Brossart, Campbell 
County, Highlands, Silver Grove 

District 32 — Beechwood, Covington Catholic, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Ludlow, Notre Dame 

Region X 

District 33 — Grant County, Pendleton Coun- 
ty, Walton Verona, Williamstown, Deming 

District 34 — Carroll County, Eminence, Gal- 
latin County, Henry County, Owen County, Trim- 
ble County 

District 35 — Augusta, Bracken County, Flem- 
ing County, Lewis County, Maysville, St. Patrick,* 
Tollesboro 

Region XI 

District 36 — Frankfort, Franklin County, 
Scott County 

District 37 — Bourbon County, Harrison 
County, Millersburg Military Inst., Nicholas Coun- 
ty, Paris 

District 38 — Oldham County, Shelby County, 
Taylorsville 

District 39 — Anderson County, Burgin, Har- 
rodsburg, Mercer County, Woodford County 

Region XII 

District 40 — Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 
Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Tates Creek 

District 41 — Boyle County, Danville, Garrard 
County, Jessamine County 

District 42 — Casey County,* Lincoln County, 
Russell County 

District 43 — Berea,* Estill County, Madison, 
Madison Central, Model 

Region XIII 

District 44 — Burnside, Nancy, Pulaski Coun- 
ty, Somerset, Eubank 

District 45 — McCreary County, Monticello. 
Wayne County, Pine Knot* 

District 46 — Clay County, Jackson County, 
Laurel County, Oneida Inst., Rockcastle County 

District 47 — Barbourville, Bell County, Cor- 
bin. Lone Jack, Lynn Camp, Middlesboro, Pine- 
ville, Knox Central, Williamsburg, Whitley County 

Region XIV 

District 48 — Breathitt County, Fleming Neon, 
Jenkins, Knott County, Riverside Christian 

District 49 — Buckhorn, Leslie County, M.C 
Napier, Hazard, Whitesburg 

District 50 — Cawood, Cumberland, Evarts, 
Harlan, Lynch 

District 51 — Hazel Green. Jackson,* Lee 
County, Owsley County, Powell County, Wolfe 
County 

Region XV 

District 52 — Boyd County, Holy Family, Law- 
rence County,* Paul Blazer 

District 53 — Fairview, Greenup County, 
Raceland, Russell 

District 54 — George R. Clark, Menifee Coun- 
ty, Bath County 

District 55 — East Carter, Elliott County, Ro- 
wan County, University Breckinridge, West Carter 

Region XVI 

District 56 — Belfry. Elkhorn City, Johns 
Creek. Phelps 

District 57 — Johnson Central. Morgan Coun- 
ty, Magoffin County, Paintsville, Sheldon Clark 

District 58 — Betsy Layne, Allen Central, 
McDowell, Prestonsburg, Wheelwright 

District 59 — Dorton,* Millard, Mullins. Pike- 
ville, Virgie 

•Schools that did not indicate that they will have 
baseball. 



GOLF REGION FOR BOYS 

Mayfield Region — Ballard Memorial, Cald- 
well County, Calloway County, Crittenden Coun- 
ty, Ft. Campbell, Fulton, Hickman County, Hop- 
kinsville, Lone Oak, Marshall County, Mayfield, 
Murray, Paducah Tilghman, St. Mary, Todd Cen- 
tral, Trigg County 

Owensboro Region — Apollo, Breckinridge 
County, Central City, Daviess County, Greenville, 
Hancock County, Henderson County, Madisonville- 
North Hopkins, Meade County, Ohio County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Providence, 
Union County, Webster County 

Park Mammoth Region — Allen County, 
Barren County, Bowling Green, Bullitt Central, 
Caverna, Clinton County. East Hardin, Edmonson 
County, Elizabethtown. Ft. Knox, Franklin-Simp- 
son, Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hart County, LaRue 
County, North Bullitt, North Hardin, Russellville, 
Tompkinsville, Warren East, Warren Central 

West Jefferson Region — Ahrens, Beth Haven, 
Bishop David, Butler, Central, DeSales, Doss Fair- 
dale, Iroquois, Marion C. Moore, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Shawnee, Southern, Stuart, Thomas Jeffer- 
son, Valley, Western 

East Jefferson Region — Atherton, Ballard, 
duPont Manual, Durrett, Eastern. Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Male, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Westport, St. Xavier 

Campbell County Region — Bellevue, Bishop 
Brossart, Campbell County, Dayton, Fleming 
County, Grant County, Highlands, Lewis County, 
Mason County, Maysville, Newport, Newport 
Catholic, Pendleton County, St. Patrick, St. Thom- 
as. Silver Grove, Williamstown 

Lexington, Spring Lake Region — Bourbon 
County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin Coun- 
ty, George Rogers Clark, Harrison County, Henry 
Clay, Henry County, Lafayette, Lexington Catho- 
lic, Montgomery County, Nicholas County, Old- 
ham County, Paris, Sayre, Scott County, Shelby 
County, Tates Creek. Woodford County 

Marion County Region — Adair County, An- 
derson County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle 
County, Burgin, Campbellsville, Casey County, 
Danville, Garrard County, Green County, Harrods- 
burg. Jessamine County, Lincoln County, Marion 
County, Mercer County, Nelson County, Russell 
County, Taylor County, Washington County 

London Region — Berea. Corbin. Estill Coun- 
ty, Evarts, Harlan, James A. Cawood, Laurel 
County, Lee County. Lynch, McCreary County. 
Madison Central, Middlesboro, Model. Monticello, 
Pineville, Somerset, Williamsburg 

Paintsville Region — Belfry, Betsy Layne, 
Boyd County, Elkhorn City. Fairview, Greenup 
County, Hazard. Holy Family, Jenkins, Johnson 
Central. Paintsville, Paul G. Blazer, Phelps. Pike- 
ville, Prestonsburg, Raceland, Russell, Salyers- 
ville. University Breckinridge 

GOLF REGIONS FOR GIRLS 

Princeton Region — Ballard Memorial, Cald- 
well County, Calloway County, Central City, Crit- 
tenden County, Greenville, Henderson County, 
Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Madisonville-North Hop- 
kins, Murray, Ohio County, St. Mary, Union Coun- 
ty, Webster County 

Bowling Green Region — Allen County, Apol- 
lo, Bowling Green, Caverna. Daviess County, Ed- 
monson County, Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hancock 
County, Hart County, Owensboro, Tompkinsville. 
Warren East, Warren Central 

Louisville Region — Atherton, Ballard, Doss, 
Iroquois. Kentucky Country Day. Louisville Col- 
legiate, Male. Pleasure Ridge Park, Sacred Heart. 
Shawnee. Southern, Waggener, Eastern 



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Greensburg Region — Adair County, Bards- 
town, Bethlehem, Boyle County, Bullitt Central, 
Campbellsville, Danville, Elizabethtown. Green 
County, Marion County, Meade County, Mercer 
County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Taylor 
County, Washington County 

Oldham County Region — Boone County, 
Campbell County, Dixie Heights, Lloyd Memorial, 
Oldham County, Owen County, Villa Madonna, 
Notre Dame, Williamstown 

Shelbyville Region — Bryan Station, Estill 
County, Frankfort, Franklin County, George R. 
Clark, Lafayette, Jessamine County, Scott County, 
Shelby County, Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Corbin Region — Berea, Corbin. Garrard 
County, Harlan, James A. Cawood, Jenkins, Laurel 
County, Lee County, Lincoln County, Madison 
Central, Model, Russell County, Somerset 

Mason County Region — Fleming County, 
Harrison County, Johnson Central, Mason County, 
Maysville, Montgomery County, Nicholas County, 
Paintsville, Paul G. Blazer, Prestonsburg. St. Pat- 
rick. 



BOYS TENNIS 

Murray Region — Caldwell County, Christian 
County,* Ft. Campbell, Henderson County, Hop- 
kinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, McLean Coun- 
ty, Madisonville-North Hopkins,* Marshall Coun- 
ty, Mayfield, Murray,* Paducah Tilghman. St. 
Mary, South Hopkins, Union County, University 
Heights, Webster County 

Bowling Green Region — Allen County 
(Scottsville), Auburn, Bowling Green, Campbells- 
ville, Caverna, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Green 
County, Lewisburg,* Metcalfe County, Russellville, 
Tompkinsville, Warren Central. Warren East. 

Elizabethtown Region — Adair County, Apol- 
lo, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Breckinridge County. 
Butler County, Central City, Daviess County, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Greenville. 
LaRue County, Marion County, Meade County, 
North Hardin, Ohio County. Owensboro, Owens- 
boro Catholic, Shelby County, Taylor County. 

East Jefferson Region — Ballard, Eastern, 
Fern Creek, Jefferstown, Kentucky Country Day, 
Moore, Seneca, Thomas Jefferson, Waggener.* 
Walden, Westport. 

Central Jefferson Region — Atherton, Central, 
DeSales, DuPont Manual, Durrett, Iroquois, Male, 
Shawnee, St. Xavier, Trinity. 

West Jefferson Region — Ahrens, Bishop 
David, Butler,* Doss, Fairdale,* Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Stuart, Southern, Valley,* Western, Ninth 
and O. 

Ft. Thomas Region — Beechwood, Bellevue, 
Boone County, Campbell County, Carroll County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Day- 
ton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, Henry Coun- 
ty, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd, New- 
port, Newport Catholic, Oldham County, St. Henry, 
Simon-Kenton. 

Scott County Region — Anderson County, 
Bracken County. Bourbon County, Bryan Station, 
Frankfort, Franklin County, Harrison County, 
Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lewis County. Lexington 
Catholic, Mason County. Maysville, Millersburg 
Military Inst., Paris, St. Patrick. Sayre, Scott 
County, Tates Creek. Woodford County. 



Richmond Region — Barbourville. Boyle 
County, Corbin, Danville, Deming. Estill County, 
Garrard County, George R. Clark, Harrodsburg, 
Hazard, James A. Cawood, Madison Central, 
Middlesboro, Model, Monticello, Nicholas County. 
Laurel County. Oneida Inst., Phelps, Pineville, 
Pulaski County, St. Camillus Acad., Somerset, 
Berea. 

Morehead Region — Bath County, Boyd Coun- 
ty, East Carter. Elkhorn City, Hazard. Lawrence 
County, Lynch, McDowell, Montgomery County, 
Paintsville, Pikeville, Prestonsburg, Paul G. Blaz- 
er, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark. Uni- 
versity Breckinridge, Wheelwright. 



GIRLS TENNIS 

Murray Region — Caldwell County. Christian 
County,* Fort Campbell. Henderson County, Hop- 
kinsville, Lone Oak, McLean County. Madison- 
ville-North Hopkins.* Marshall County, Mayfield, 
Murray,* Paducah Tilghman, St. Mary, South 
Hopkins, Union County, University Heights. Web- 
ster County. 

Bowling Green Region — Allen County 
(Scottsville), Auburn, Bowling Green. Campbells- 
ville, Caverna, Franklin-Simpson. Glasgow, Green 
County, Lewisburg,* Metcalfe County, Russellville, 
Tompkinsville, Warren Central, Warren East. 

Elizabethtown Region — Adair County. Apol- 
lo. Bardstown, Breckinridge County, Butler Coun- 
ty, Central City, Daviess County, Elizabethtown. 
East Hardin, Fort Knox, Greenville, LaRue Coun- 
ty, Marion County, Meade County, North Hardin. 
Ohio County, Owensboro, Shelby County, Taylor 
County. 

East Jefferson Region — Assumption. Ballard, 
Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky 
Country Day, Louisville Collegiate, Marion C. 
Moore. Mercy Academy, Sacred Heart, Seneca, 
Thomas Jefferson, Waggener,* Walden, Westport. 

Central Jefferson Region — Atherton, Central, 
DuPont Manual, Durrett. Iroquois, Male. Presen- 
tation, Shawnee. 

West Jefferson Region — Angela Merici, But- 
ler,* Doss, Holy Rosary, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Southern,* Valley,* Western. 

Ft. Thomas Region — Beechwood, Bellevue, 
Boone County, Campbell County, Carroll County, 
Conner, Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, Henry 
County, Highlands, Holy Cross, Newport, Notre 
Dame, Oldham County, Our Lady of Providence, 
St. Henry, Simon Kenton, Villa Madonna. 

Scott County Region — Anderson County. 
Bracken County, Bourbon County, Bryan Station, 
Frankfort, Franklin County, Harrison County, 
Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lewis County, Lexington 
Catholic, Mason County, Paris, St. Patrick, Sayre, 
Scott County, Tates Creek, Woodford County. 

Richmond Region — Barbourville, Berea, 
Boyle County, Corbin, Danville, Estill County, 
Deming, Garrard County, George R. Clark, Har- 
rodsburg, James A. Cawood, Laurel County, Madi- 
son Central, Middlesboro, Monticello, Model, 
Nicholas County, Oneida Institute. Pulaski Coun- 
ty, St. Camillus Academy, Somerset. 

Morehead Region — Bath County, Elkhorn 
City, Hazard, Lawrence County, Lynch, McDowell, 
Montgomery County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, 
Prestonsburg, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon 
Clark, University Breckinridge, Wheelwright. 

'School did not indicate that they will have tennis. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1978 



ATTENTION TRACK COACHES 

The Board of Control now requires that an 
individual or a relay team must have competed 
in at least four meets on a team representing a 
member school during the regular season to be 
eligible to participate in the regional track meet. 

Only the following events shall constitute 
regional meets: (Boys) 120 yard-hurdles, 100 Yard 
Dash, 180 Yard Hurdles, Two-Mile Run, 880 Yard 
Run, 220 Yard Dash, One-Mile Run, Half-Mile 
Relay, 440 Yard Dash, Mile Relay, Shot, Pole 
Vauit, Discus, High Jump, Running Long Jump, 
Triple Jump; (Girls) 60 Yard Hurdles, 880 Yard 
Run, 440 Yard Run, 100 Yard Dash, Mile Relay, 
220 Yard Dash, 110 Yard Hurdle, 440 Yard Relay, 
880 Medley Relay, 880 Yard Relay, One Mile 
Run, High Jump, Shot, Long Jump and Discus. 

Track regulations adopted by the Board of 
Control provide that the state shall be divided 
into classes and regions by the Commissioner who 
will assign the schools to the regional sites. If you 
plan to have a team and your school is not listed 
below please contact the K.H.SAA. for assign- 
ment to a region. The 1978 assignments are as 
follows: 

TRACK — CLASS A GIRLS 

Webster County Region — Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County, Crittenden County, Fort Camp- 
bell, Fulton City, Heath, Hickman County, Liv- 
ingston Central, Murray, Providence, St. Mary, 
Trigg County, University Heights, Webster Coun- 
ty, West Hopkins. 

Warren Central Region — Butler County. Ed- 
monson County, Frederick Fraize, Gamaliel, Han- 
cock County, Lewisburg. McLean County, Mt. St. 
Joseph. Muhlenburg County, Olmstead, Russell 
County. Russellville. Todd County, Tompkinsville. 

Greensburg Region — Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Campbellsville. Caverna. Clinton County, Evangel, 
Green County, Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky 
School for the Blind, Metcalfe County, North 
Bullitt. Portland Christian, Washington County, 
Beth Haven, 9th and O Christian, West Hardin. 

Newport Region — Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop 
Brossart, Carroll County, Dayton, Henry County, 
Ludlow, Owen County, St. Henry, Villa Madonna, 
Walton-Verona. 

Lexington Region — Anderson County. Bur- 
gin, Frankfort, Harrodsburg, Jackson County, 
Lexington Catholic, Mercer County, Model, Paris, 
Sayre. 

Hazard Region — Allen Central, Evarts, Flem- 
ing Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Hazel Green, Jenkins. 
Lee County, Lynch, M.C. Napier, Oneida Baptist 
Inst., Phelps. Riverside Christian. Paintsville, 
Virgie. Wheelwright, D.C. Combs. 

Somerset Region — Corbin, Kentucky School 
for the Deaf. Monticello, Pineville, St. Camillus. 
Somerset, Williamsburg, Berea, Madison. 

Morehead Region — Bath County, Elliott 
County, Fairview, Fleming County, Holy Family, 
Lawrence County, Lewis County, Menifee Coun- 
ty, Nicholas County. Pikeville, Raceland, West 
Carter, Whitesburg, University Breckinridge. 



TRACK 



CLASS AA GIRLS 



Paducah Region — Caldwell County, Callo- 
way County, Christian County, Hopkinsville, Lone 
Oak, Marshall County. Mayfield, Paducah Tilgh- 
man, Reidland. 

Daviess County Region — Apollo, Daviess 
County, Henderson County, Madisonville-North 
Hopkins. Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic. Union County. 



Warren Central Region — Allen County, 
Adair County, Barren County, Bowling Green, 
Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, LaRue County, Tay- 
lor County, Warren Central, Warren East. 

Shelby County Region — Breckinridge Coun- 
ty, Bullitt Central, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, 
Ft. Knox, Grayson County, Marion County, Meade 
County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Oldham 
County, Shelby County. 

Newport Region — Boone County, Campbell 
County, Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Holmes, 
Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Notre Dame, Simon 
Kenton. 

Lexington Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Franklin County, Harrison County, Henry 
Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, Scott County, 
Tates Creek, Woodford County, George R. Clark. 

Somerset Region — Breathitt County, Casey 
County, Cawood, Clay County, Danville, Estill 
County, Knott County, Knox Central, Laurel 
County, Leslie County, Lincoln County, Madison 
Central, Middlesboro, Pulaski County, Whitley 
County, Boyle County. 

Morehead Region — Belfry, Boyd County, 
East Carter, Greenup County, Johnson Central, 
Mason County, Montgomery County, Paul Blazer, 
Prestonsburg, Rowan County, Russell. 

TRACK — CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Male Region — Ahrens, Angela Merici, Butler, 
Central. Dupont Manual, Male, Shawnee, Presen- 
tation. 

St. Xavier Region — Atherton, Durrett, Holy 
Rosary, Moore, Sacred Heart, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson. 

Stuart Region — Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, Western. 

Ballard Region — Assumption, Ballard, East- 
ern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown. Mercy Academy, 
Seneca, Waggener, Westport. 

TRACK — CLASS A BOYS 

Webster County Region — Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County, Crittenden County. Fort Camp- 
bell, Fulton, Heath, Hickman County, Livingston 
Central, Murray, Providence, South Hopkins, St. 
Mary, Trigg County, University Heights, Webster 
County, West Hopkins. 

Warren Central Region — Butler County, Ed- 
monson County, Gamaliel, Hancock County, Lewis- 
burg, McLean County, Muhlenburg Central, Russell 
County, Russellville, Todd County Central, Tomp- 
kinsville. 

Greensburg Region — Bardstown, Beth Hav- 
en, Bethlehem, Campbellsville, Caverna, Evangel, 
Green County, Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky 
School f/t Blind, Metcalfe County, North Bullitt, 
Ninth and O Christian, Portland Christian, Wash- 
ington County. West Hardin. 

Newport Region — Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop 
Brossart, Carroll County, Covington Latin, Dayton, 
Grant County, Henry County. Holy Cross, Ludlow, 
Owen County, St. Henry, Walton-Verona. 

Lexington Region — Anderson County, Bur- 
gin. Frankfort. Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, 
Jackson County, Mercer County, Model, Paris, 
Sayre, Millersburg Military Inst. 

Hazard Region — Allen Central, Buckhorn, 
D.C. Combs. Evarts, Fleming Neon, Harlan, Haz- 
ard, Hazel Green. Jenkins, Lee County, M.C. 
Napier, Oneida. Paintsville, Phelps, Riverside 
Christian, Virgie, Wheelwright, Wolfe County, 
Lynch. 

Somerset Region — Berea. Corbin, Kentucky 
School f/t Deaf. Madison, Monticello, Nancy, Pine- 
ville, St. Camillus. Somerset, Williamsburg. 



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Morehead Region — Bath County, Betsy 
Layne, Elkhorn City, Elliott County, Fairview, 
Fleming County, Johns Creek, Lawrence County, 
Lewis County, Magoffin County, Menifee County, 
Mullins, Nicholas County, Pikeville, Raceland, 
University Breckinridge, West Carter, Whitesburg. 



TRACK 



CLASS AA BOYS 



Paducah Region — Caldwell County, Callo- 
way County, Christian County, Hopkinsville, Lone 
Oak, Marshall County, Mayfield, Reidland, Pa- 
ducah Tilghman. 

Daviess County Region — Apollo, Daviess 
County, Henderson County, Madisonville-North 
Hopkins, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Union County. 

Warren Central Region — Allen County, Adair 
County, Barren County, Bowling Green, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, LaRue County, Taylor County, 
Warren Central, Warren East. 

Shelby County Region — Breckinridge Coun- 
ty, Bullitt Central, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, 
Grayson County, Fort Knox, Marion County, 
Meade County, North Hardin, Oldham County, 
Shelby County, Nelson County. 

Newport Region — Boone County, Campbell 
County, Conner. Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights. 
Highlands, Holmes. Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport Catholic, Pendleton County, Simon Ken- 
ton. 

Lexington Region — Bourbon County. Bryan 
Station, Franklin County, George R. Clark, Harri- 
son County, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, La- 
fayette, Scott County, Tates Creek, Woodford 
County. 

Somerset Region — Bell County. Breathitt 
County, Boyle County, Casey County, Clay Coun- 
ty, Danville. Cawood. Estill County, Garrard Coun- 
ty, Knott County. Knox Central, Laurel County, 
Leslie County. Lincoln County. Madison Central, 
Middlesboro, Pulaski County, Whitley County. 

Morehead Region — Belfry, Boyd County, 
East Carter, Greenup County, Johnson Central, 
Mason County, Montgomery County, Paul Blazer, 
Russel], Prestonsburg. Rowan County. 



TRACK — CLASS AAA BOYS 

Male Region — Butler, Central. DuPont Man- 
ual, Male, Shawnee. 

St. Xavier Region — Atherton, DeSales, Dur- 
rett, Moore, St. Xavier, Southern, Thomas Jef- 
ferson. 

Stuart Region — Bishop David, Doss, Fair- 
dale, Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park. Stuart, Valley 
Western. 

Ballard Region — Ballard, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, 
Westport. 



RATINGS ON FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on foot- 
ball officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. during 
1977-1978. 

BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE 

Long, James-88; Whelan, Fred-86; Johnson, 
Stanley-86; Omar, Max-85; Luckett, Paul-85; Kirk- 
land, Drew-84; Jackson, Edward-83; Luckett, 
rhomas-82; Thomson, Cecil-79; Clements. Wil- 



liam-78; Murdock, Leslie-77; Bartlett, C. W.-76; 
Martin, Paul-75; Russell, Gary-74; Wade, Bill-73; 
Futtrell, Keith-73; Long, Scottie-67; Zogg, Joe-66; 
Nelson, Robert-65; Daves, Ron-65; Thomas, Ray- 
63; Estes, Walter-60; Wash, Ricky-60; Tandy. Sam- 
59; Hina, H. B.-59; Cameron, Dan-58; Hill, Jim-57; 
Frazier, Tom-55; Etienne, Donald-53; Cox, Tom-51; 
Jackson, William-50; Cater, Ricky-49; Burton, 
James-46; Francis, Conrad-43. 

KENTUCKIANA CONFERENCE 

Schmitt, Paul-97; Metzger, Don-94; Small, 
Dave-93; Klusman, Carl-92; Hunter, Sid-92; Wash- 
er, Jim-92; Gentry, Dale-91; Jensen, Ed-91; Tim- 
mering, George-91; Sohan, John-91; Kraft, H. 
Nellis-91; Cline, Nick-90; Parker, Bob-89; Fur- 
long, Bill-89; Stovall, Ken-89; Turley, Howard-88; 
Jeffries, Dave-88; Leachy, Pat-88; Lena, Jim-88; 
Bell, Clarence-88; Wilbert, Don-88; Graas, Fritz- 
87; Mieman, John-87; Griffin, Lynn-87; Osting, 
James E. 11-87; Treibly, Chuck-87; Dewees, Bill-86; 
Baldwin, Dennis-85; Greenwell, Bob-85; Mercker, 
George-85; Streicher, Richard-85; Sumner, Carl- 
85; Wilson, James-85; Fenimore, Clark-84; Gutter- 
man, Jim-83; Spath, William-83; Stuedle, Ray-82; 
Passafiume, John-81; Hoisman, Bill-81; Van-Bo- 
gaert, Steve-81; Bell. Ronald-81; Denton, Bill-80; 
Allgood, Dave-80; Jones, Paul-79; Nelligan, Mike- 
79; Sellinger, Robert-79; Lamber, Irv-78; Minta, 
John-78; Park, Charles-78; Holzknecht, Thomas- 
77; Butler, Denver-75; Roberts, Tom-75; Brown, 
Martin-74; Hayden, Jack-74; Helton, Les-74; We- 
bert, Tom-74; Wuertz, John-74; DeSensi, Chuck- 
73; Bickel, Arthur-73; Doyle, Danny-73; Shreve, 
Tim-73; Wright, Jock-72; Lyons, Ronald-72; Mc- 
Nay, James-70; Mayer, Ed-70; Emmons, Guy-69; 
Hedge, Dave-69; Finck, Dennis-68; Ishmael, Steve- 
67; Allen, Jim-67; Lange, William-67; Lille, Wes- 
63; Fryrear, Bill-61; Coleman, Lewis-61; Bullock, 
James-60; Hagan, Michael-58; Kaufman, Al-58; 
Kammerdiener, Ron-56; Pugh, Roy-54; Downs, 
Gil-54; Cargill, Thomas, Jr.-53; Evans, Willis, 
Jr.-35. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Moore, Bud-90; Wright, Howard-88; Trapp, 
Charles-87; Gelbke, Gil-87; Read, Rick-86: Collins, 
Ron-86; Cook, Dick-86; Drake, Dick-86; Thompson, 
Tom-85; Peeno, Harry-85; Moore, Bob-85; Bond, 
Terry-84; Conlin, Marty-83; Kemen, Jerry-82; Pur- 
cell, Mike-82; Morris, Doc-82; Blackford-82; Keller, 
Terry-81; Vaughn, Bill Jr.-81; Sesher, Jim-78; 
Swope, Jim-78; Fuchs, Donuts-78. 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Current, R.-91; Lusby, G-90; Swinford, J. -89; 
Moody, B.-89; Craft, A.-88; Clemmons, S.-88; Hall, 
C-.87; Fish, G.-86; Brown, H.-86; Elovitz, C.-86; 
Wright, J.-86; Current, B.-85; Jacoby, B.-85; Fay, 
J. -85; Linkes, C.-84; Hadden, N.-84; Daopoulos, 
J.-83; Barnott, J. -83; Palko, E.-83; Ring, B.-83; 
Staley, J. -83; Turner, C.-82; Tate, K.-82; Rawdon, 
R.-82; Watson, J.-82; Day, R.-82; South, S.-82; 
Bramble, J.-82; Easterly, T.-82; Thompson, H.-82; 
Barbour, R-81; Clark, J.-81; Gibson, R.-81; Flynn, 
B.80; Gettler, J. -80; Gilliam, R-80; Mifflin, C.-80; 
Ammerman, B.-79; Ransdell, J. -79; Cutter, C.-79; 
Ewen, G.-78; McFadden, J.-78; Vest, D.-78; Smith, 
R.-78; Yates, G.-77; McCormick, D.-77; Duff, W.- 
76; Easley, D.-76; Osborne, T.-75; Johnson, R.-75; 
Wyatt, H.-75; Poole, G.-75; Melson, B.-75; Straus, 
B.-74; Pugh, B.-74; Bozarth, P.-73; Tipton, R.-73; 
Mason, W.-73; Dickens, B.-73; Whalen, B.-72; Gas- 
tineau, J.-72; Brock, J.-72; Reece, J.-72; Gfell, G.- 
72; Durham, T.-71; Kinnard, B.-71; Paxton, G.-71; 
Stephenson, E.-71; Scott, B.-70; Epperson, J.-70; 
Pittman, S.-70; Faris, L.-69; Rouse, T.-69; Gorham, 



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B.-69; Foster, B.-68; Gardner, J. -68; Batterton, 
K.-67; Dempsey, G.-67; Satterly, G.-67; Eldridge, 
W.-66; McCray, C.-66; Kennedy, J.-65; McClure, 
J. -65; Lindon, B.-64; Wright, J. D.-64; Wanchic, 
N.-63; Lawson, L.-61; Owens, P.-61; Morgan, C.-60; 
Talbott, B.-59; Dyehouse, J.-59; Pace, D.-58; Mor- 
ris, S.-58; Clark, 0.-58; Reeves, C.-49. 

WESTERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

McGinty, L.-95; Carlson, D.-93; Thomas, L.-93; 
Treas, J. -93; Mick, P.-92; Hendon, L.-92; Bernar- 
dini, B.-90; Wilder, J. -90; Wedge, D.-90; Thomas, 
R.-90; Rascoe, B.-90; Norwood, T.-90; Meador, B.- 
90; Schilling, D.-90; Wilson, M.-89; Walker, J. -89; 
Quehl, B.-89; Nickell, D.-89; Johnson, H.-89; Waide, 
H.-88; Lowe, S.-88; Ledford, T.-88; Leneave, R.-88; 
Hillyer, C-88; Perrin, J.-88; Shelton, J. -87; Saylors, 
C.-87; Riley, M.-86; Carr, B.-86; Kinslow, B.-84; 
Henderson, C.-84; Goble, K.-82; Colley, L.-82; 
Culp, W.-81; Durden, J. -81; Lile, C.-81; Pate, L.-81; 
Osting, D.-81; Green, D.-80; Tuetele, M.-76; Humble, 
M.-75; Allen, A.-74; Austin, T.-64 

MID KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Brauch, C.-95; Morse, R.-94; Kresse, M.-93; 
McClure, T.-93; Lynch, L.-92; Downs, J.-92; Haw- 
kins, D.-91; McKinney, A.-90; Crutcher, J.-90; 
Harris, D.-90; Ewing, R.-90; Roberts, J. -90; Bar- 
ney, G.-89; Johnson, N.-89: Ralston, D.-89; White- 
head, C-88; Hines, D.-88; Bauman, C-88; Streible, 
R.-88; Hubbard, D.-88; Strain, R.-88; Bottles, D.-88; 
Schultz, F.-88; Evans, T.-87; Fraley, C-87; Arglin, 
T.-87; Waldrop, H.-87; Corbett, B.-87; Crutcher, 
P.-86; Poulos, N.-86; Wagner, S.-86; Spratling, 
0.-86; Tyson, D.-86; Crutcher, D.-85; Liberatore, 
S.-85; Puckett, R.-85; Aldridge, J. -84; Morton, 
J. -84; Moore, P. -84; Tinsley, J. -84; Biecher, D.-84; 
Stikeleather, C-84; Moosman, J. -83; Butler, B.-82; 
Winfrey, S.-82; Baley, B.-81; Howell, E.-81; Baker, 
W.-81; Canaday, G.-80; Matheney, J. -80; Froebel, 
M.-80; Vaughn, J. -79; Janes. B.-78; McCarthy, 
D.-78; Hatfield, J. -78; Breeding, J.-77; Meadley, 
T.-77; Purwin, J. -76; Brockman, K.-76; Trabue, 
D.-75; Clayton, F.-74; Durbin, C-74; Swedkard, 
P. -71; Burkeen. P.-71; Reams, F.-71; Roby, J. -70; 
Cecil, H.-68; Carney, M.-66; Muncie, P. -64; Givs, 
G.-64 

THIRTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Powers, E.-93; Allison, R.-92; Ward, T.-91; Le- 
Quire, H.-91; Tye, J. -90; Page. J.-90; Pietrowski, 
P.-90; Lee, D.-90; Hammons, G-88; Anders, R.-88; 
Newton, G-88; Jeffers, S.-88; Morgan, R-86; Noo- 
nan, R.-85; Houchen, T.-85; Brown, W.-84; Hender- 
light, P.-84; Rains, E.-82; Kirklin, L.-80; Owens. 
B.-80; Howard, J. -80; Lawson. D.-80; Idol, B.-78; 
Reynolds, E.-78; Head, L.-77; Evans, A.-77; Wilson, 
W.-77; Barrett, R.-76; Idol, B. Jr.-75; Clouse. J. -73; 
Lee. C-70. 

FOURTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Kirk, Charles-91; Jones, Denver-90; Davidson, 
Harlan-87; Sizemore, Astor-87; Barker, Norman-86: 
Brewer. Jerry-85; Feltner, Danny-85; Gross, Joe- 
84; Barker, David-84; Kirk, Jerry-81; Sword, Russ- 
78; Brewer, Lloyd-72; Cox, Mike-69; Cecil, Roger- 
69. 

FIFTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Bogar, Joseph-91; Seavers, Joe-89; Bevins, 
Wallace-89; Osborne, Lonnie-87; Hopson, James- 
86; Morris, Roger-84; Phillips, Richard-84; Looney, 
James-83; Rosen, William-83; Bottoms, William- 
82; Wood, Furman-81; Rouse, Don-80; Willis, Don- 
ald-79; Leslie, Jerry-77; Brown, Thomas-75; Ben- 
nett, Leslie-74; Whitt, Pierce-73; Moore, William- 
72; McVicker, Roger-72; Owens, Paul-72; Hopkins, 



George-71; Watkins, David-70; Hatfield, Paul-70; 
Ferrell, Ronnie-70; Merritt, Don-64; Bowles, G. L- 
63; Osborne, Gary-63; Petrella, Micheal-63; Cott- 
Thorner, Lester-62; Coleman, Kendall-51; Milton- 
51; Ball, Jim-47. 

NORTH EAST KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Keifer, Robert-92; Davis, Ralph-90; Rapp, Wil- 
liam-90; Swarts, Joseph-90; Heaberlin, Bill Sr.-89; 
James, Gene-89; Stumbo-89; Johnson, Bob-88; 
Thomas, Paul-88; White, Russell-87; Johnson, 
Gordon-86; Buckley, Robert Jr. -85; Graham, Jim- 
85; Kouns, Robert-85; McConnell, James-85; Mil- 
ler, David-85; Johnson, Larry-84; Logan, Michael- 
84; Simpson, James-84; Burton, John-83; Bocook, 
Earl-82; Burgess, Oley-82; Heaberlin, William Jr.- 
82; Menshouse, Larry-82; Pinkerman, Charles-82; 
Salsbury, Donald-81; Arthur, Paul-80; Heaberlin, 
Bob-80; Taylor, James-80; Hardin, Gary-79; Gil- 
kerson, Pat-79; Nethercutt, Bill-79; Burton, John 
111-78; Heinze, John-78; Preston, Delmas-78; Bur- 
chett, James-75; Boyles, Jerry-75; Gammon, Wil- 
liam-75; McGarey, Paul-75; Morgan, Glen-75; 
Mullins, Charles-'75; Payne, Charles-75; Strader, 
Tim-75; Sligh, Jim-73; Burke, David-70; Gallaher, 
Jack-70; Mitchell, Glen-70; Williams, James-70; 
Blackburn, Jim-65; Pinson, Paul-61; Looney. John- 
60; McPeek, Talmadge-60; Pinson, Eugene-60. 



REGISTERED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. 1977-1978 

(List Compiled March 1) 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given the first number is that of the home 
phone. 

Adams. Jack. 6109 Fern Court. Fern Creek 40291, 239-8123 
Allen, Jack. 1019 N. Third St., Bardstown 4004. 348-8294, 

348-8446 
Almand, David. 214 Liberty St.. Franklin 42134, 586-5475 
Asher. Jacob, 3323 Nantuckett Dr., Lexington 40502. 278- 

6703 
Ashley, Kenneth, 108 Ohio. Somerset 42501, 678-8891, 636- 

6338 
Atwood. Terry, Route 2, Scottsville 42164, 622-5734, 237-3161 
Baldwin. Dennis. 4605 Myrick PI., Valley Station 40272. 

935-0667. 361-1264 
Banta. Ronald. 741 Kingston Rd.. Lexington 40505. 293- 

0985, 232-2826 
Barnard, Phillip. Rt. 4, Box 299, London 40741, 864-9265, 

864-7371 
Bartley. David, Rt. 1, Box 24. Summer Shade 42166. 428- 

5755. 651-6171 
Bates, J. R.. Box 584. Whitesburg 41858, 633-7227, 633-0271 
Battce. Darryl. 3046 Radiance Rd., Louisville 40220, 451-4563 
Begley, Stanley, Gays Creek 41745. 398-7320. 398-7677 
Bell. Ronald. 2510 Gardiner Ln., Louisville 40205, 459-2716. 

459-0545 
Bertsch, Ron, 113 Moock Rd.. Southgate 41071. 581-5890. 

531-8422 
Blair, Jeff. P.O. Box 224, Hindman 41822, 785-5844. 785-3133 
Board, Dorothy, Route 1 Box 278, Irvington 40146, 536- 

3223m, 756-5957 
Bond. Terry. 11 Circle Dr.. Crestview 41076. 441-0723 
Bozarth, Robert, 1112 Taylorsville Rd., Louisville 40299. 

267-5995, 448-4620 
Brateher, Delmer, 2324 Quinn Dr.. Shively 40216, 447-6691 
Brown. James, Route 2. West Paducah 42086, 488-3252 
Brown. J. W., 975 Waverlv Dr., Lexington 40505, 254-1940, 

255-0835 
Brvant, Charles, 107 Whitnev Ave., Lawrenceburg 40342, 

839-6302. 839-3385 
Burgess, Richard, Box 452. Bardwell 42023. 628-3527, 628-3119 
Burkeen, Phillip, 659 Wakefield. Bowling Green 42101. 

842-4182. 782-2109 
Butcher, David. Box 119, Thelma, Kv. 41260, 789-8104 
Butcher, Stephen. Box 14, Meally 41234. 789-4218. 789-4890 
Camic. David. R.R. 2. Harrodsburg 40330. 734-3693, 734-7711 
Cane, Leslie, 236 Churchill Park, Louisville 40220, 451-3162, 

588-5176 
Carl, Parker, 125 Camden Ave., Versailles 40383, 873-5995, 

873-3119 
Carlton, Robert, 506 S. Railroad St., Earlington 42410, 383- 

3651, 383-3443 
Chatoney, Jack. 825 Briargate, Radcliff 40160, 351-4804, 

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Cheak, Harry T.. 653 Vallev Rd.. Harrodsburg 40330. 734- 

2463, 236-3100 
Chesser, James, 7706 Mango Dr., Louisville 40658. 933-1704, 

774-7501 
Clarke, Noble Jr., 2923 Riedling Dr., Louisville 40291, 

895-2512 239-3218 
Clark. Noble III. 412 Sprite Rd.. Louisville 40207, 897-0001, 

239-3218 
Collins, Dermot, 1700 Windsor PI., Louisville 40204. 456- 

2653. 588-6351 
Cook, David, P.O. Box 286. Princeton 42445. 365-5515. 

365-5516 
Cornelison, Michael, P.O. Box 7, Berea, Ky. 40403, 986-9568, 

254-1429 
Creekmore, Milford. P.O. Box 268. Pine Knot 42635, 354- 

2846, 354-2171 
Crittenden, Fred. 9028 Estrada Ave.. Ft. Knox 40121. 

624-3992. 624-1246 
Culp, Leo, 3301 Ballard St.. Paducah 42001, 443-1083 
Cundiff, Richard, Route 3, Box 237, Somerset 42501, 678- 

5601, 678-5279 
Cunningham, Bobby, Box 55, Pikeville 41501, 432-1528 
Day, Douglas, Rt. 5, Nicholasville 40356. 272-1835 
Day, Jack, 605 Morehead St.. Central City 42330, 754-4700. 

754-2272 
Dill, Roger. P.O. Box 561. Mt. Washington 40047. 538-7233 
Divine. Wayne. 626 Walnut St.. Central City 42330. 754- 

2783, 754-4474 
Dobson, Barrv. Box 941 UK Station, Lexington 40508. 

255-3018 
Dotson. Rickey. 1604 Stafford Ave., Louisville 40216, 361-2410 
Duerson, W. R., Route 2, Paint Lick 40461. 925-4072, 925-4071 
Duke. Donald. 3935 Tanglewood Dr.. Hopkinsville 42240. 

885-1463. 798-7522 
Dwver. James Jr.. 5612 Ailanthus Trail. Louisville 40219, 

964-0426. 452-4922 
Dwyer. Robert, 1417 Falcon Dr.. Louisville 40213. 637- 

7909. 778-5321 
Fallin, George, P.O. Box 126. Lewisport 42351. 295-6573. 

927-6953 
Farrell. Joe, P.O. Box 75129. Cincinnati 45275, Bus. 371-5060 
Fields. Roger, 209 Sunset Dr.. Mavfield 42066, 247-5308, 

247-5582 
Finch. Steven. 4421 Charlotte Ann Dr.. Louisville 40216. 

447-1969 
Fox. Randy, Rt. 1. Grand Rivers 42045. 928-2923. 965-5201 
Fraley. Charlie, 9057 E. Young St.. Fort Knox 40121, 624- 

3860, 624-3636 
Franklin, Louis, 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville 40220. 452- 

6519, 452-5619 
Froebel, Marty, 782 Chandler. Radeliff 40160, 351-5841, 

624-7651 
Froedge. Mark, R.R. 1, Edmonton 42129, 748-4669 
Frymire, L. H., 101 Spring St.. Irvington 40146, 547-2553. 

547-3951 
Fuch, Charles, 704 Fifth Ave., Dayton 41074, 581-6080 
Fulkerson. Thomas, Route 2, Philpot, Ky. 42366, 281-5778 
Garrison. Jack. Grand Rivers 42045, 262-4598 
Gentry, Garland. Grand Rivers 42045, 362-8348 
Gibbons, Mike, Rt. 3 Box 267. Williamsburg 40769. 549- 

2987 549-3883 
Gibson.' Gary, 4006 Peachtree. Louisville 40215. 366-0445. 

361-0174 
Green, Donald, 832 Brand, Mavfield 42066. 247-6038. 247-6445 
Gregory. Lewis, P.O. Box 419. Monticello. 348-7158. 348-9316 
Haines. Michael. Clay Davis Hall. Transylvania Univer- 
sity. Lexington 40508. 233-8686 
Hamilton, Paul, 974 Chickasaw Dr., Madisonville 42431. 

821-5660. 821-6016 
Harkleroad. Robert. 688 Cromwell Way, Lexington 40503, 

277-7359, 625-5301 
Haves, Bob. Box 119, Ohio River Rd.. Greenup 41144. 473- 

7859 
Henry, Barry. 801 Hampton Rd.. Bowling Green 42101, 

843-8786. 842-6134 
Henson, Don. Rt. 1. Smithland 42081, 928-2047. 988-3263 
Herrick. Gregory, 145 Virginia Ave. #A2. Lexington 40508, 

254-0236 
Herrick, Calvin Jr., 200 S. Arnold Ave.. Prestonsburg 

41653, 886-3494 
Herp. Kenneth Jr. 2613 Merhoff. Louisville 40217. 634-8931 
Higgins, James. 1125 LaVista Way. Louisville 40219, 969- 

5267. 452-4057 
Holloway, David. Southern Baptist Seminary, Louisville 

40206, 897-4323 
Horrell, Bennie. 2807 Roval Dr.. Owensboro 42301. 684- 

6431, 683-8967 
Huddleston. Terry. Rt. 1. Central Citv 42330. 754-5245. 338- 

4550 
Hunt, David, 219 Zandale Dr., Lexington 40503. 277-5100 
Hunter, Harold. 9025 Estrada Ave.. Ft. Knox 40121. 624-7772 

Hurst. Henry. 7519 A 70th TK BN Rd., Ft. Knox 40121. 
624-8187 

Ingraham, Gary. 2332 Brownsboro Rd.. Louisville 40206. 
897-3462 

Jackson, Stephen, R.R. 1 Box 51. Glencoe 41046, 567-2366. 
567-5761 

Jamerson, Wilbur, Box 1, Bypro 41612 

Jarboe, Ronald, 13906 Lyons Ave.. Valley Station 40272, 
935-9499 

Johnson, Kenneth. Rt. 5. Morehead 40351. 784-5393. 845-6721 



Johnson, W. Lynn. P.O. Box 329, Morehead 40351, 784-5393, 

845-2551 
Joseph, Charles. 1081 W. Lincoln Trail Blvd., Radeliff 

40160, 351-6710 
Keeling, Reuben. 175 Augusta Ave., Paducah 42001, 554- 

4013 
Kimmel, Jerry, Box 86, Beechmont 42323, 476-2656 
King, Jim. 5000 Clarmar Rd., Jeffersontown 40299, 499- 

1015, 778-2791 
Kirkland, Wade, 105 Bentlev Ave., Whitesburg 41858, 633- 

9553 633-2246 
Klump, ' William, 1415 Goddard Ave.. Louisville 40204. 

451-0236. 587-7371 
Kouns, Robert, Box 582, South Shore 41175. 932-4540, 

473-9812 
Leep, John, 123 Comanche Tr.. Carrollton 41008, 732-5828, 

732-4844 
Lewis, Joseph, 1245 Summit Dr., Lexington 40502, 266-7246 
Luttrell. Gurnev, P.O. Box 232. Harlan 40831. 573-1960 
McCarthy, Daniel, 187 Manlev Ave., Vine Grove, 877-5707, 

624-6325 
McDermott, Gregory. 811 Sunglow. Villa Hills 41016, 

341-8425 
McMurtrev, Tom, Gen. Del.. Summer Shade 42166, 428- 

3541, 428-3301 
McNeill. Blaine. Gen. Del.. Boaz 42027. 856-3420 
Maddox. Robert. Box 6. Glencoe 41046. 643-3941 
Markham, Stan. 1409 Clagett, Bowling Green 42101 
Marlette. Ronald. 428 Powhatan TrI.. Frankfort 40601. 

695-4526 
Mathews. Arthur, 203 Eastland Terr., Henderson 42420, 

826-6733 
Mauzy, Craig. 3842 Lewis Rd.. Owensboro 42301, 683-6014 
Meredith, Lannev Prosperity, Bee Spring 42207, 286-4287 
Mulligan, J. T., 427 Center St., Erlanger 41018, 727-8628, 

727-2255 
Mullins. Jeff, Box 144, Vicco 41773. 642-3750 
Muncie. Paul. 9152A Bennett St., Ft. Knox 40121. 624- 

5977. 624-8131 
Norwood. Thomas. 811 Henry St., Franklin 42134, 586- 

3614, 586-8242 
Palko, Joseph, 201 W. Main St.. Lvnch 40855. 848-2211 
Parker. Wilson, 413 Highland Ave.. Raceland 41169. 836- 

4802. 836-1256 
Pearl. George Jr , 3112 Vogue Ave.. Louisville 40220, 452- 

1288 
Penner, Daniel, 219 Churchill Pk.. Louisville 40220, 459- 

0134, 935-1345 
Penner. Merritt Jr., Route 5, Box 155, Mancrester 40962, 

598-3711 
Peterson, John III, P.O. Box 237, Bardstown 40004. 348- 

4169, 348-4169 
Pierson. Oscar Jr., P.O. Box 385. Owenton 40359. 484- 

3303, 484-3878 
Pietrowski, Paul, 107 Oakland. Corbin 40701. 523-0272. 

528-1630 
Polivick. David. Route 1, Bardwell 42023. 628-3882 
Price, Richard. 414B A Street. Ft. Knox 40121, 624-7173, 

654-7173 
Raines. J. W.. 1117 Lebanon Rd.. Danville 40422. 236-3380. 

236-3354 
Raleigh. Charles. Gen. Del.. Gay's Creek 41745. 398-7320. 

398-7637 
Rail. Edward. 108 E. Lexington Ave.. Danville 40422. 236- 

8929 236-5464 
Ramev. 'Gary. Route 1. Salt Lick 40371. 683-2821. 674-6325 
Read. Rav. 2212 Belmont Dr., Owensboro 42301, 684-4323, 

684-5285 
Revis, David, 309 Summit Dr., Campbellsfille 42718, 465- 

2385 
Robinson. D. Blake. P.O. Box 2713, Pikeville 41501. 432- 

3923. 432-4108 
Rogers. Eldridge, Route 7. Hopkinsville 42240. 269-2234. 

886-3921 
Rutledge. Robert. Box 8. Route 2. Maceo 42355. 264-1976 
Sackett. Eugene. Rt. 7. Maryland Dr.. Paducah 42001, 

443-7900 
Sandusky, Jerry, Rt. 1. Liberty 42539. 787-7742. 787-7484 
Scott, W. L., 1816 McDonald Ave.. Lexington 40503. 278- 

2844. 278-9702 
Shartzer. Keith, 211 Kenli Court. Louisville 40214, 363- 

0478. 448-1223 
Shipp, David. 133 Hartweg Ave., Ft. Thomas, Ky. 41075. 

781-1163 
Smith. Michael. 302 E. Main. Cloverport 40111, 788-6692. 

295-3451 
Spalding, Guv II, 2807 Del Rio PI., Louisville 40220, 454- 

3237, 423-0080 
Spratling, Obie, 416 N. Logsdon Pkwy., Radeliff 40160. 

351-9482. 351-2320 
Stanley. Oley. Box 154. Belcher 41513. 754-4560 
Stephenson. Harry. 1612 Hawthorne La.. Lexington 40505. 

299-1757. 233-8221 
Stephenson. Larry, 3113 Bernard Dr., Edgewood, Kv. 

41017. 341-4541 
Stethen. James, Box 134, Bedford 40006, 255-3285, 265-4717 
Stewart, Marvin, Box 76, Mt. Olivet 41064, 724-5966. 234-5671 
Stewart. William. Box 491. Campbellsville College, Camp- 

bellsville 42718, 789-1449 
Strain. Richard, P.O. Box 472. Radeliff 40160, 351-4306. 

624-2214 



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Straus, William. 121 Todds Rd. #47. Lexington 40509 

269-4787, 253-1465 
Stull, Ben, 5 Center St.. Winder 41071. 581-3262, 683-7887 
Sullivan, William, Lawrenceburg 40342, 839-4177 849-3601 
Swart, James, 7985B. Binter Ct., Ft. Knox 40121, 624-6760 
Tarry. W R., Route 5. Glasgow 42141. 578-2539. 427-2611 
Thomas, Paul, 706 Gartreel Ct., Ashland 41101, 324-9603, 

739-4166 
Thornsberry, John, P.O. Box 602, Elkhorn Citv 41522, 

754-4601 
Tucker, Jerome. 1339 Texas Ave., Louisville 40217, 635- 

7965, 896-1757 
Urlage, Richard, 822 Highland Ave.. Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5513, 874-8830 
Vandermale, John, 1814 Versailles. Lexington 40504. 254- 

2475, 277-6552 
VanHooser, Phillip, 1316 Poplar St.. Murray 42071, 759- 

4172, 365-3451 
VanOver, Larry. 820 Malabu Dr. #205, Lexington 40502, 

278-4462 
Vincent, Roy. Bee Spring 42207. 286-8331 
Wagner, Stephen, P.O. Box 250, Bardstown 40004, 839- 

7674, 348-3953 
Welch, Charles, Rt. 5. Box 338, Paris 40361. 293-5248. 

259-0592 

Westcott, Jo , 303 West Main, Auburn 42206, 542-4303. 
542-4304 

Williams, Donald, Rt. 4, Shelbyville 40065, 633-3846. 845-2888 

Williams. James. 112 Green St., Horse Cave 42749, 786-2214 

Wingfield, FeUx, 1132 Eastern Pkwy., Louisville 40217. 

636-2282. 772-2531 
Wood. Gwin, 717 Broadway. Fulton 42041. 479-3280, 472-1741 
Wood, Paul, Rt. 8, Box 561, Paducah 42001, 443-4654, 

442-6131 
Woodward, BiU, 2508 Gallahadion Ct., Owensboro 42301. 

684-7705 
Zirnheld, Leonard, 9105 Blue Lick Rd., Louisville 40219, 

969-5925 



1978 INTERSCHOLASTIC 
BASEBALL RULES REVISIONS 

1-1-5: When an umpire witnesses a runner 

(including the batter-runner) deliber- 
ately remove his head protector during 
playing action, the violator shall be 
declared out immediately, unless the 
ball becomes dead without being touch- 
ed by a fielder, or unless the head pro- 
tector is removed after the ball be- 
comes dead following its touching by 
a fielder. 



1-2-1: The distance from home plate to the 

nearest obstruction on fair ground 
should be at least 300 ft. down the foul 
lines and at least 350 ft. to center field. 
It is recommended that the line from 
home base through the pitcher's plate 
to second base should run east-north- 
east. 



1-3-5: The baseball bat shall be a smooth 

cylinder with either a knob or with a 
handle end tapered to prevent slippage. 
It is mandatory that the knobs on al- 
uminum or magnesium bats be securely 
fastened. The aluminum or magnesium 
bats must have a sound deadening ma- 
terial inside. The bat may be rough- 
ened or wound with tape or twine not 
more than 18 inches from the handle 
end of the bat. 



2-5-3: It is umpire interference when he in- 

advertently moves so as to hinder a 
catcher's attempt to throw out a runner 



or when a fair ball touches an umpire, 
as in Rule 5-1-le. 



2-12-4: For a given runner a force play ends 
as soon as the runner touches the next 
base, or a following runner is put out 
at a previous base. 



2-14: SPEED-UP RULES: If a state associa- 

tion wishes to experiment with "speed- 
up" rules, it must indicate to the Na- 
tional Federation the details of its ex- 
periment, gain permission from the 
National Federation to do so, and then 
submit a report of the success or failure 
of its experiment following the season. 



3-1-1 For an illegal substitution, said substi- 

Penaliy: tute will be disqualified for the dura- 
tion of the game. If the illegal substitu- 
tion is discovered by the defense, or an 
umpire, the batting out of order rule 
also will apply when the substitute 
appears at bat illegally. 



3-1-3: Any of the starting players may with- 

draw and re-enter once, including the 
designated hitter, provided such player 
occupies the same batting position 
whenever he is in the line up. 



3-1-4: If the pinch hitter, or pinch runner, for 

the designated hitter is used, the role of 
the designated hitter is terminated for 
the duration of the game. The designated 
hitter may re-enter as any player under 
the re-entry rule. A starting player for 
whom the designated hitter bats may 
pinch hit or pinch run for the desig- 
nated hitter, but if this happens, it 
shall terminate the designated hitter 
role for the remainder of the game. 
The designated hitter may be used de- 
fensively, but must continue to bat in 
the same position in the batting order 
as determined prior to the game. Once 
a designated hitter assumes a defensive 
position, this move shall terminate the 
designated hitter role for the remainder 
of the game. A designated hitter is 
"locked" into the batting order. No mul- 
tiple substitutions may be made which 
will alter the batting rotation of the 
designated hitter. 



3-3-1: A coach, player, substitute, attendant 

or other bench personnel, shall not: e. 
use amplifiers or bull horns on the 
bench or on the field during the course 
of the game,: or g. have any object in 
his possession in the coach's box other 
than a score book which shall be used 
for score keeping purposes only; or 
h. be outside the vicinity of the desig- 
nated dug out (bench) or bull pen area 
if not a batter, runner, on-deck batter, 
in the coacher's box or one of the nine 
players on defense. 



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Page Eleven 



4-2-4 By state association adoption, any game 

NOTE: terminated by artificial light failure or 
an automatic sprinkler system shall be 
played at a later date as a suspended 
game, unless agreed otherwise by the 
two teams concerned. 



6-1-1: When the pitcher takes his sign and his 

feet are in the set position stance, the 
ball shall be in either the gloved hand 
or his pitching hand. His pitching hand 
shall be down at his side or behind his 
back. 



6-1-3 For an illegal pitch — (a) if there is 

Penalty: no runner, a ball is called on the batter. 
6-2-1-f: It is an illegal act to bring the pitching 
hand in contact with the mouth with- 
out distinctly wiping off the pitching 
hand before it touches the ball. For so 
defacing the ball, the penalty 2-6-2-1-f 
is that the pitcher may be removed 
from the game. If such defaced ball is 
pitched, it is an illegal pitch with pen- 
alty as provided for in 6-1. 



6-2-2-c: With bases unoccupied, failure to pitch 
within 20 seconds after there has been 
a reasonable time for the pitcher to 
receive the ball after the last pitch, a 
ball shall be called. 

8-3-2: When a runner is obstructed while ad- 

vancing or returning to a base by a 
fielder who neither has the ball nor is 
attempting to field a batted ball, or 
while advancing only, a fielder without 
the ball fakes a tag, the umpire shall 
award the obstructed runner and each 
other runner affected by the obstruction 
the bases they would have, in his opin- 
ion, reached had there been no ob- 
struction. 



8-4- 1-h: The batter-runner is out when he de- 
liberately removes his head protector 
during playing action unless the ball 
becomes dead without being touched by 
any fielder or unless the head protector 
is removed after the ball becomes dead 
following its touching by a fielder. 
When a runner is declared out for re- 
moving his head protector, he is called 
out immediately. 



8-4-2-b: Any runner is out when he intentional- 
ly interferes with a throw or a thrown 
ball; or he hinders a fielder who is at- 
tempting to field a batted ball; or his 
being put out is prevented by an illegal 
act by anyone connected with the team 
as in 2-5-3, 3-2-2 and 3, or by the batter- 
runner. 



NATIONAL FEDERATION 
HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

The Executive Committee of the National 
Federation of State High School Associations met 
on January 31 and February 1, 1978, and devoted 
considerable time to the discussion and review 
of a plan for National High School Championships 
as directed and authorized by the National Coun- 
cil at its meeting in Los Angeles on January 1, 
1978. After considerable deliberation, the Execu- 
tive Committee voted the following recommenda- 
tions shall be sent to each state association for 
consideration with the final review to be con- 
sidered by the National Federation Council at its 
meeting scheduled to be held in Salt Lake City, 
Utah in July of 1978: 

The Recommendations of the Executive 
Committee are based on these objectives of Na- 
tional Federation sponsorship of national high 
school competitions: 

1) To promote and showcase high school 
athletics and activities programs in order to 
maintain their place in the view of the pub- 
lic which must support these programs if 
they are to continue to be available to schools 
as vehicles for educating boys and girls. 

2) To promote state high school associations 
and the National Federation in order to 
maintain the position of these organizations 
as the recognized authorities for and repre- 
sentatives of interscholastic activities pro- 
grams in the United States. 

3) To provide opportunities for gifted stu- 
dents to realize their full potential in com- 
petitive programs under the supervision of 
educational institutions and organizations and 
within the highest standards of eligibility, 
safety and sportsmanship. 

4) To contribute to the overall sports pro- 
gram of the United States, including the 
Olympic effort. 

It is recommended that three sports, golf, 
tennis, and track and field, be included in the 
program of National Federation High School 
Championships, held at one site in the Central 
United States, third week in June, beginning in 
1979. 

Separate competitions for boys and girls 
would be conducted in each sport. To be eligible, 
a participant shall have competed in his or her 
state championship and be eligible under provi- 
sions of his or her state association regulations. 

Participation by states would be optional and 
be determined by each state association. In golf, 
each state association would be invited to approve 
one boy and one girl for national competition. In 
tennis, each state association would be invited to 
have a singles and doubles (no mixed doubles) 
entry for each sex. In track and field, each state 
association desiring to enter athletes would be 
entitled to certify one boy and one girl in each 
event provided minimum standards have been met. 

Expenses of participants would be reimbursed 
to the greatest degree possible; and. at this time, 
it appears all transportation, food and lodging 
expenses would be paid for all participants through 
gate receipts, sponsor fees, and television receipts. 

Every effort would be made to promote the 
tolal activities program and its educational value 
through the three national championships pro- 
posed by the Executive Committee. For example, 
the headquarters staff is attempting to have the 
television network which purchases the rights to 



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televise portions of the national events agree to 
provide time for promotional messages on high 
school activities in general. Those companies 
which are seeking the privilege of becoming spon- 
sors of the national events are being asked to 
agree to sponsor a highlight film and a film on 
the value of athletics as well as other projects 
which can be used to promote high school activi- 
ties programs year-round and on the local and 



state levels as well as the national level. 

Those who attend the national championships 
will, if the membership approves of this plan, 
have the opportunity to attend such activities as 
coaches clinics, participants' banquets and tours 
of local attractions, all of which would be in- 
tended to assure the experience is educational 
and fondly remembered. 



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High School Athlete 



LAUREL COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION — 1978 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Managers — Kris Richie, Jennifer Fiechter, Deloris 
Hugg. Second Row — Monica Feltner, Martha Feltner, Martha Gregory, Delana 
House, Paula Carson, Bonnie Sizemore, Erlita Bowles. Back Row — Asst. Coach 
Rex Fredricks, Rachel Bruner, Sharon Combs, Michelle Trosper, Sharon Garland, 
Tammy Searcy, Lisa Collins, Elizabeth Loutham, Team Sponsor Mary Jo Bowling 
Head Coach Roy Bowling. 

Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 

Official Organ of tha 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

APRIL, 1978 



BREATHITT COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL - RUNNER UP 
1978 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Nelwood Stamper, Irene Moore, Elloweese Turner. Second Row: Marsha Gross, Donna 
Gay, Janice Turner, Beth Smith, Darlene Turner. Connie Combs. Third Row: Melanie Gross, Trena Noble, Denise 
Combs, Wilma Kilburn, Coach Joyce Mayes, Almeda Neace, Yvonnie Neace, Dawn Smith, Patricia Combs. 



BARREN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL — SEMI FINALIST 
1978 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 





(Left to Right) Front Row: Kim Williams, Lisa England, Cheryl Crumplo.n, Linda Dean, Cathy Clarke, Caro. 
Chapman, Kelly France, Tina Powell. Second Row: Coach Bobby Steenbergen, Mary Ryan, Peggy Pardue, Karen Skip- 
worth, Tammy Harper, Lisa Harp, Dana Taylor, Belinda Bradley, Terri Wilkinson, Sherry Bruton, Alma Dean, Lori 
Miller, Julie Peridygraft, Kim Jones, Coach Jimmy Shartzer. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XL— NO. 9 



APRIL, 1978 



$1.00 Per Year 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the Executive 
Inn East, Louisville, on Friday morning, March 
24, 1978. The meeting was called to order by 
President Ray Story at 9:00 A.M. with all Board 
members, Commissioner Tom Mills and Assistant 
Commissioner Dianne Caines present. Mr. Conley 
Manning was present representing the State De- 
partment of Education and Darrell Wells repre- 
sented the State School Boards Association. The 
invocation was given by Norman Passmore. 

Paul Trimble moved, seconded by Norman 
Passmore. that the minutes of the February meet- 
ing be approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

Prin. Bill VanWinkle and Coach Bob Watson 
of Owensboro High School, came before the Board 
to request that they waive By-Law 5, Section 4, 
in the case of Cully Nelson. Following their presen- 
tation and discussion by the Board, Paul Trimble 
made the motion, seconded by Norman Passmore. 
that By-Law 5, Section 4, Preceding Semester 
Rule, not be waived in this case. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Lt. Col. Mickey Riggs, U.S. Army, was intro- 
duced to the Board. He came before the Board to 
present the case of his son, Thomas Riggs, and 
request that the Board waive By-Law 4, Age. 
After a lengthy discussion by the Board, Norman 
Passmore made the motion, seconded by George 
Sauer, that the request to waive the Age Rule be 
denied. The motion carried by a vote of 9-1. 

Coach Ron Finley. Russell County High School, 
came before the Board to present problems con- 
cerning the football sub-districts and the playoff 
games. After discussing these with the Board 
members, he asked that they be presented to the 
Football Committee for possible solution. 

Mr. Robert D. Cox, Federal Programs Coordin- 
ator, Breckinridge County Board of Education, 
came before the Board to request their endorse- 
ment of a project that he had discussed previous- 
ly with Mr. Mills. The project is a "Sweet 16" 
Yearbook, the format being information and pic- 
tures on the sixteen teams that represent the 
regions for the State Tournament. After discussing 
the details of the project with Mr. Cox, Norman 
Passmore moved, seconded by Barney Thweatt. 
that the project be postponed for further study. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented a written request from 
Prin. George Morrison, Eastern High School, ask- 
ing the Board to waive By-Law 5, Section 4, in 
regard to Cliff Mason. After hearing the informa- 
tion on the case, George Sauer made the motion, 
seconded by Barney Thweatt, that By-Law 5, 
Section 4, be upheld. The motion carried unani- 
mously. 

The Commissioner reported the results of the 
recent balloting for Board membership for Sec- 
tions 3 and 4. Principal D. J. Ramsey, Jesse Stuart 
High School, was elected in Section 3, without 
opposition. In Section 4 the votes were as follows: 
J. D. Minnehan, Principal of Oldham County 
High School, 22; Katie Easom, Principal of Carroll 
County High School, 10; Carl Webster, Principal 
of Grant County High School, 6. 



Mr. Mills reported that the 1978 General 
Assembly of the Kentucky Legislature adopted 
Senate Bill No. 60 which states that the State 
Board for Elementary and Secondary Education 
shall have the management and control of the 
common schools, including interscholastic athletics. 
The Board may designate an organization or agen- 
cy to manage interscholastic athletics in the com- 
mon schools, provided that the rules, regulations 
and by-laws of any organization or agency so 
designated shall be approved by the Board, and 
provided further that the Board shall adopt regu- 
lations providing for the appeal to the Board of 
any decisions made by the designated managing 
organization or agency. 

There was a discussion of proposals to be sub- 
mitted by the Board of Control and the State 
Board for Elementary and Secondary Education 
at the forthcoming 1978 Delegate Assembly. A list 
of these proposals appear elsewhere in this issue 
of the ATHLETE and copies have been sent to all 
member schools. Glen Ravenscraft moved, second- 
ed by Zeb Blankenship. that these proposals be 
submitted to the Delegate Assembly. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills made a report on the Girls' Basket- 
ball Tournament. He informed the Board that 
there would be a more detailed report on the 
Girls' and Boys' Basketball Tournaments during 
the April meeting. After discussing the available 
sites for the Girls' Basketball Tournament for 
next year, George Sauer moved, seconded by 
Norman Passmore, that the Board wait until the 
April meeting to decide the site for the girls' 
tournament. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills reported the results of the recent 
survey taken to determine to what extent the 
practice of redshirting of students for athletic 
purposes is being permitted at the elementary 
school level. One hundred and sixty-one superin- 
tendents responded to the questionnaire with the 
following results: 41 school systems permit red- 
shirting for athletic purposes; 120 stated that red- 
shirting was not permitted in their schools. One 
hundred eight superintendents stated that they 
were in favor of a rule either by the K.H.S.A.A. 
or the State Board for Elementary and Secon- 
dary Education to prohibit this practice, 53 
stated that they were opposed to this; 73 super- 
intendents were in favor of extending the present 
eight semester eligibility rule (grades 9-12) to 
twelve semesters to include grades 7-12. Eighty- 
eight superintendents were opposed to the exten- 
sion of this rule. Sixty-four superintendents stated 
that they were in favor of grades 7-8 and/or 
middle schools being eligible for membership in 
the K.H.S.A.A. while 97 stated that they were 
not in favor of this. 

Mr. Mills discussed the request of Director 
David P. Graham, Calvary Christian School, Cov- 
ington, for special consideration on the eligibility 
of athletes who may choose to transfer to his 
school. It was the decision of the Board that 
students transferring under the conditions pre- 
sented would be subject to By-Law 6, Section 1, 
Transfer Rule. Calvary Christian School has ap- 
plied for membership in the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. 

(Continued on Page Eleven) 




Page Two THE KENTUCKY HIG H SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1978 
VOL. XL-NO. 9 APRIL, 1978 In Memoriam 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor . .... DIANNE H. CAINES *W J* ■ -^fcfc dC Ij 

Assistant Editor __ LOUIS STOUT Thf^»* "HRlF* 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky -i ; 

BOARD OF CONTROL ^lM'%. 

President Ray Story (1974-1978) Radcliff ' ^fc 

Vice-Pres. Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington 

Directors Denval Barriger (1975-1979), Bowling Green; ^^__ 

Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981), Nicholasville; Jack Burkich -arf^^D 

(1976-1980), Whiiesburg; Joseph McPherson (1976-1980), 
Louisville; Glendon Ravenscrafi (1976-1979), Alexandria; 
George Sauer (1974-1978), Louisville; Barney Thweatt 
(1977-1981), Hopkinsville; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), Paints- 
ville- Conley Manning, Stale Depi. of Education repre- 
sentative. 

Subscription Rate SI. 00 per year 

<& v <P ■ • ' /f9/p 

&9<0/m fAe Too/n/neiifO/ie/' 4 ILjfZbce 
James Ward Rees 

1978 K.H.S.A.A. ANNUAL MEETING James Ward Rees (1899-1978), known as "Cap" 

to his many friends and former students during 

The business meeting of the K.H.S.A.A. will 50 years association with Millersburg Military 

be held on Friday, April 21, at 2:00 P.M., in the Institute, passed away in a Lexington hospital. 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association Build- March 8, 1978. 

ing, 560 East Cooper Drive, Lexington, Kentucky. "Cap" coached football, basketball, baseball 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the and track in addition to being athletic director 

K.H.S.A.A. Constitution, the following changes in and science teacher at the Bourbon County school. 

the Constitution and By-Laws will be acted upon His finest hour came in March 1927 when the 

by the Delegate Assembly. Cadets defeated London to capture the state high 

p __ p __ ' . . school basketball championship. Two other oc- 

_,, ... , pf, „ , } „, , casions his teams advanced to the "Sweet 16" 

The Kentucky State Board for Elementary and on i y t0 j ose in tne irrst rounc j 

Secondary Education proposes that Article III, Captain Rees was married to the late Virginia 
Membership, be amended to read This associa- Dare Womack and is survived by one son, James 
tion shall be composed of secondary schools which Ward Re j Owensboro, and three grand- 
have been accredited by the Kentucky State Board children 

for Elementary and Secondary Education, and Rees served in the United States Navy during 

£ h «£ ? g I ee r. t ° c P m ?- y Wltl 3, ^ e P rovlsl0 . ns oftoe World War i and graduated in 1919 from Ken- 

K.HSA.A. Constitution and By-Laws No school tuck Wesle y an college. That fall he started his 

shall become a member or continue to be a mem- j ■ career at MMI After ret i re ment from the 

ber whose detailed financial (athletic or other- Millersburg school he returned to his native Mason 

wise), scholastic and attendance records .are not County to reside on a farm with the late Wood 

matters of public property of record. Junior high R brother and two sisters, Betty and Dorothy 

schools shall not be eligible for membership. Rees 

PROPOSAL II Services were held in the Millersburg Metho- 

The Kentucky State Board for Elementary and dist Church, where he taught a Sunday School 

Secondary Education proposes that Article IV, class for many years. Burial was in Shannon 

Administration and Legislation, be amended to cemetery, a small Mason County community. 

read: 

Sec. 1. Officers elected from each eight regions. They shall be a 

The officers of the Association shall be a Com- full-time certified employee of a Board of Edu- 

missioner and a Board of Control composed of cation. Notification to the representative of each 

ten members, at least two of whom shall be blacks. school in each section, in which a member is 

Sec. 2. Procedures of Election to be elected, must be made by the Commissioner 

a. Representatives — Each local Board of Edu- not later than January 1. To be eligible for mem- 
cation or the governing body of a private or paro- bership on the Board of Control, one must be a 
chial member school shall oppoint one (1) repre- certificated employee of an accredited K.H.SA.A. 
sentative for each member school within the school member school in the region he is to represent 
district or under their control to represent that and must remain in that region during his tenure 
school in the Association. Only certified personnel of office. Serving in a part-time capacity or on 
employed by the local district or private or paro- leave of absence or on sick leave in any of these 
chial school are eligible for appointment. capacities will terminate the eligibility of the 

b. Board of Control — Members of the Board member, and the remaining members of the Board 
of Control shall be elected for a period of four shall fill the vacancy within sixty days in the 
years by vote of the representatives of member same manner as that prescribed for the regular 
schools in each section (Basketball Regions 1 and election of Board members. Nominations for mem- 
2, 3 and 4, 5 and 6, 7 and 8, 9 and 10, 11 and 12, bership on the Board of Control, signed by five 
13 and 14, 15 and 16). In addition, two blacks shall representatives of the section, shall be in the hands 
be elected (Federal Court Decree). One shall be (Continued on Page Ten) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1978 



Page Three 



SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. STATE TRACK MEET 

Classes A. AA Boys & Classes A. AA Girls 
U. K. SPORTS CENTER — May 19-20, 1978 



PRELIMINARIES — Friday, May 19, 1978 

TRACK 

10:00 A Girls 
10:10 AA Girls 
10:20 A Boys 
10:30 A A Boys 
10:40 A Girls 
10:50 AA Girls 
11:00 A Boys 
11:10 AA Boys 
11:20 A Girls 
11:30 AA Girls 
11:45 A Boys 
12:00 AA Boys 
12:15 A Girls 
12:25 AA Girls 
12:35 A Boys 
12:45 AA Boys 



60 


Yd. 


Hurdles 


60 


Yd. 


Hurdles 


120 


Yd. 


High Hurdles 


120 


Yd. 


High Hurdles 


100 


Yd. 


Dash 


100 


Yd. 


Dash 


100 


Yd. 


Dash 


100 


Yd. 


Dash 


880 


Yd. 


Relay 


880 


Yd 


Relay 


880 


Yd. 


Relay 


880 


Yd 


Relay 


440 


Yd 


Dash 


440 


Yd 


Dash 


440 


Yd 


Dash 


440 


Yd 


Dash 



LUNCH BREAK 



1:15 A Girls 
1:25 AA Girls 
1:35 A Boys 
1:45 AA Boys 
1:55 A Girl 
2:05 AA Girls 
2:15 A Boys 



110 Yd. Hurdles 
110 Yd. Hurdles 
180 Yd. Hurdles 
180 Yd. Hurdles 
880 Yd. Medley Relay 
880 Yd. Medley Relay 
880 Yd. Run 



2:25 AA Boys 

2:35 A Girls 

2:50 AA Girls 

3:05 A Boys 

3:15 AA Boys 

3:25 A Girls 

3:35 AA Girls 

3:45 A Girls 

4:00 A A Girls 

4:15 A Boys 
4:30 AA Boys 

4:40 A Girls 

4:50 AA Girls 



880 Yd. 
880 Yd. 
880 Yd. 
220 Yd. 
220 Yd. 
220 Yd. 



Run 
Run 
Run 
Dash 
Dash 
Dash 
220 Yd. Dash 
Mile Relay 
Mile Relay 
Mile Relay 
Mile Relay 
440 Yd. Relay 
440 Yd. Relay 



FIELD EVENTS — FINALS — FRIDAY 



12:00 

Pole Vault — Boys AA 
Discus — Boys A 
High Jump — Boys A 
Shot Put — Boys AA 
Long Jump — Girls A 

2:30 

Discus — Girls AA 
High Jump — Girls AA 
Shot Put — Girls A 
Long Jump — Boys A 
Triple Jump — Boys AA 



Final 
Final 
Final 
Final 
Final 



Final 
Final 
Final 
Final 
Final 



(In Regional Meets the track events should be run in this order) 



FINALS — Saturday, May 20, 1978 



TRACK 
11:00 A Girls 
11:05 AA Girls 
11:15 A Boys 
11:20 AA Boys 
11:30 A Girls 
11:35 AA Girls 
11:40 A Boys 
11:45 AA Boys 
11:50 A Girls 
12:00 AA Girls 
12:10 A Boys 
12:20 AA Boys 
12:30 A Girls 
12:40 A A Girls 
12:50 A Boys 
1:00 AA Boys 



1:30 A Girls 

1:35 AA Girls 

1:40 A Boys 

1:45 AA Boys 

1:50 A Girls 

1:55 A A Girls 

2:00 A Boys 
2:05 AA Boys 



2:10 
2:20 
2:30 



A Girls 
AA Girls 
A Boys 



60 Yd. 


Hurdles 


60 Yd. 


Hurdles 


120 


Yd. 


High Hurdles 


120 


Yd. 


High Hurdles 


100 


Yd. 


Dash 


100 


Yd. 


Dash 


100 


Yd. 


Dash 


100 


Yd. 


Dash 


One 


Mile Run 


One 


Mile Run 


One 


Mile Run 


One 


Mile Run 


880 


Yd. 


Relay 


880 


Yd 


Relay 


880 


Yd 


Relay 


880 


Yd. 

If 


Relay 


ilin 

440 


Yd. 


Dash 


440 


Yd. 


Dash 


440 


Yd. 


Dash 


440 


Yd. 


Dash 


110 


Yd. 


Hurdles 


110 


Yd. 


Hurdles 


180 


Yd. 


Hurdles 


180 


Yd. 


Hurdles 


880 


Yd 


Medley Relay 


880 


Yd 


Medley Relay 


880 


Yd. 


Run 



2:35 AA Boys 


880 Yd. Run 


2:45 A Girls 


880 Yd. Run 


2:55 AA Girls 


880 Yd. Run 


3:05 A Boys 


220 Yd. Dash 


3:10 AA Boys 


220 Yd. Dash 


3:15 A Girls 


220 Yd. Dash 


3:20 AA Girls 


220 Yd. Dash 


3:25 A Boys 


Two Mile Run 


3:40 AA Boys 


Two Mile Run 


3:55 A Girls 


Mile Relay 


4:05 AA Girls 


Mile Relay 


4:15 A Boys 


Mile Relay 


4:25 AA Boys 


Mile Relay 


4:35 A Girls 


440 Yd. Relay 


4:40 AA Girls 


440 Yd. Relay 


5:15 Team 


Awards Presentation 



FIELD EVENTS — FINALS — SATURDAY 



12:00 P.M. 

Pole Vault — Boys A 
Discus — Girls A 
High Jump — Boys AA 
Shot Put — Boys A 
Long Jump — Girls AA 

2:30 P.M. 

Discus — Boys AA 
High Jump — Girls A 
Shot Put — Girls AA 
Long Jump — Boys AA 
Triple Jump — Boys A 



Final 
Final 
Final 
Final 
Final 



Final 
Final 
Final 
Final 
Final 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1978 



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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1. St. Xavier 1 

2. Ballard 1 

3. Owensboro 1 

4. Central 1 

5. Bowling Green 1 

6. Trinity 1 



45.914 
46.615 
47.621 
48.445 
48.471 
49.767 



Trinity 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle 
•J. Posey-Fern 1:46.276 

Gary Bunch-Laf 1:46.423 

Mike HigRs-St. X 1:50.837 

-Scott Miller-St. X 1:54.419 

Don Livingston-Wag. 1:56.702 

Bleckley Dobbs-Owen. 1:59.921 

Posey set a new state record in this 
event with his time of 1:46.276. 

3. 200 Yd. Individual Medley 
"Chris Fueman-HC 2:00.865 

Eddie Pantoia-East . 2:01.720 

Greg Ballou-Bal. .. 2:04.856 

Alan Steiden-St. X 2:07.759 

Phillip Levy-HC 2:08.558 

Mike Young-Trin. 2:08.964 

Fugman set a new state record in 
this event with his time of 2:00.865. 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle 

Greg Bobrow-Cen. 22.896 

Bob Wvnkoop-Cen. ._ ... 23.154 

Chip Rice-Apol. 23.393 

Rick Pearson-Trin. __ 23.750 

Jim Gleason-St. X 24.036 

David Freibert-HC 24.354 



1. 
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4. 
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5. 1 Meter Diving 

1. Curt Dame-St. X 385.10 

2. Greg Bennett-St. X 374.40 

3. Jimmy Miller-BG 365.35 

4. Donald Ware-St. X 353.55 

5. Billy Phillips-TC 317.90 

6. Ron Chura-East. 255.60 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly 

1. Eddie Pantoia-East. 53.520 

2. Bill Padgett-Trin. 54.987 

3. Kirk Buese-St. X 55.278 

4. Chip Rice— Apol. 56.933 

5. Greg Ballou— Bal. 57.087 

6. Buckv Stoess-Ath. 1:00.276 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle 

1. 'J. Posev-Fern. 48.739 

2. Gary Bunch-Laf. 49.576 

3. John Gleason-St. X 50.054 

4. Rick Pearson-Trin. 50.966 

5. Allen-Chase-TC 51.578 

6. David Lambert-Bal. 51.979 

Posey set a new slate record in this 

event with his time of 48.739. 

8. 500 Yard Freestyle 

1. 'Mike Higgs-St. X 4:46.849 

2. Buckv Stoess-Ath. . 4:47.732 

3. Scott Miller-St. X 5:05.966 

4. Kirk Buese-St. X 5:07.444 

5. Don Livingston-Wag. 5:07.989 

6. Randy Peel-Laf. 5:12.582 

Higtrs set a new record in this event 

with his time of 4:46.849. 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke 

1. John Gleason-St. X 57.671 

2. Bob Wvnkoop-Cen. 57.696 

3. Alan Steiden-St. X 58.817 

4. David Buchart-St. X 58.993 

5. Rick Wileman-Bal. 59.070 

6. Phillip Levv-H'C 59.583 



10. 100 Yard Breaslstroke 



Chris Fugman-HC 1 

Bill Pagett-Trin. 1 

D. Pierce-BG 1 

Tom Mullikin-Owen 1 

Mike Young-Trin. 1 



02.172 
04.664 
04.948 
06.061 
07.130 



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11. 400 Yard Free Relay 

•St. Xavier 3:24.652 

Trinity 3:30.276 



Lafayette 
Henry Clay 
Owensboro 

Eastern 

St. Xavier set 



a new record 



event with their time of 3:24.652. 



3:31.200 
3:32.260 
3:32.898 
3:36.936 
this 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1978 



Page Five 



Kentucky Slate High School Swimming Meet 

Plantation Swimming Club, Louisville, Kentucky, February 17, 18, 1978 
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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

Sacred Heart 1:58.238 

Henrv Clay 1:59.275 

Tates Creek 2:02.250 

Ballard 2:02.608 

Bowling Green 2:03.901 

Central 2:05.923 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle 

Carol Landry-East. 1:55.886 

Robin Browning-Bal. 1:59.292 

Nancv Hennessv-SHA 2:00.118 

Jan Nunn-Bal. 2:03.445 

Becky Haynes-Wag. 2:04.669 

Lora Salmon-Moore 2:08.078 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley 

Denise Buban-TC _ __- 2:15.101 

Jane Sullivan-SHA 2:15.542 

Jennifer Ruggles-HC 2:17.249 

Caroline Thompson-Man. 2:21.049 

Ann Comgan-Ath. 2:29.626 

Martha Heit-SHA 2:31.544 

4. SO Yard Freestyle 

Ellen Finney-TC 25.331 

Beth Sieferheld-Bal. 25.974 

Karen Jaqoe-Dav. _ 26.046 

Cindy Leigh-HC 26.075 

Diane Morgan-SHA _ 26.442 

Stephanie Davis-Cen. 26.649 



5. 1 Meter Diving 

Amy McGrath-Male 404.85 

Pam Stone-Bal. 387.50 

Patti Coots-Assu. .. 373.95 

Ellen McGrath-Cen. 351.95 

Misty Parsons-SHA 330.60 

Caryn O'Connor-Assu. 323.00 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly 

Jennifer Ruggles-HC 59.322 

Cindy Leigh-HC 1:01.115 

Robin Browning-Bal. 1:02.226 

Lynda Collins-SHA 1:05.730 

Jodv Tanner-Apo. 1:07.084 

L. Hovious-BG 1:09.488 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle 

Carol Landry-East. 53.184 

Beth Sieferheld-Bal. 57.366 

Diane Morgan-SHA ___ 57.642 

Stephanie Davis-Cen. 59.456 

Kellv Knaus-Laf. 59.815 

Inge Ogden-West. 59.862 

Landry set a new state record iri 
this event with her time of : 53.184. 

8. 500 Yard Freestyle 
Denise Buban-TC _ ... 5:10.050 

Jan Nunn-Bal. 5:20.137 

Lynda Collins-SHA 5:22.439 

Kathy Roszell-HC 6:04.413 

Eliz Dugan-SHA 6:08.682 

Diane Bridwell-Laf. 6:37.900 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke 

1. Ellen Finney-TC 1 

2. Nancy Hennessy-SHA 1 

3. Beckv Haynes-Wag. 1 

4. Dee Dee Vinevard-Laf. 1 

5. Martha Heit-SHA 1 



02.177 
03.395 
07.596 
07.642 
09.109 



6. K. Smith-BG 1:09.610 



10. 100 Yard Breasistroke 

Jane Sullivan-SHA 1 

A. Neel-BG 1 

Maria Warner-SHA 1 

Becky Kitchen-West 1 

Lora Salmon-Mor. 1 

C. Thompson-Man. 1 



09.962 
11.989 
12.199 
12.241 
15.933 
15.981 



11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

Bowling Green 4:06.950 

Henderson Co. 4:09.698 

Henrv Clay 4:09.712 

Sacred Heart 4:12.061 

ApoUo 4:13.313 

Tates Creek _'. 4:16.273 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1978 



Kentucky Slate High School Swimming Meet 

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TEAM SCORING — CLASS AA BOYS 



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Model 


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13 


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119 


Blazer 


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21 


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Dixie Heights 


24 





19 








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Danville 





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44 


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16 











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Highlands 











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16 





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5 


8 


40 


Newport Catholic 





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4 


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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1. Hopkinsville 1:47.021 

2. Model 1:49.275 

3. Dixie 1:50.848 

4. Covington Cath. 1:51.515 

5. Paul Blazer 1:55.394 

6. Franklin Co. 1:56.010 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle 

1. BUI Hofacre-CC 1:49.681 

2. Rives Duncan-Hop. 1:53.715 

3. Louis Fister-Lex. 1:55.015 

4. David Ruff -Hop. 1:55.594 

5. Bobby Peck-Wood. 1:55.989 

6. Paul Fessler-NC 1:57.339 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley 

1. Dennis Bright-Dix. 2:05.819 

2. Shane Strait-Blaz. 2:06.121 

3. Rick Pannell-Green. _ .__ 2:06.811 

4. Scott Williams-Dan. 2:08.790 

5. David Rolf-CC 2:09.094 

6. Jim Jensen-Hop. 2:12.775 

4. SO Yard Freestyle 

1. Steve Shine-Jess. 22.825 

2. Scott Williams-Mod. 22.962 

3. Mark Brandt-Hop. 23.769 

4. Andy Bertke-CC 24.043 

5. Keith Neal-High 24.228 

6. David Schmidthuber-Eliz. __ 24.530 



5. 1 Meter Diving 

Dan Watson-Rus. 435.80 

Wayne Schulte-High. 425.00 

Woodv Franklin-KCD 383.00 

Robbie Cottrell-Rus. 330.35 

Jav White-CC 295.60 

Steve Burns-NC 295.35 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly 

Dennis Bright-Dix. 53.213 

Bruce Dorman-KCD 54.533 

Randy Strait-Rus. 56.725 

David Rolf-CC 56.814 

Bob Kelly-CC 59.199 

Jack Thurmond-Hop. 59.627 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle 

Steve Shine-Jess. 49.510 

Scott Williams-Mod. 51.115 

David Zirklebach-Con. 52.718 

Brian Klaine-CC 52.881 

Clav Lewis-Dan. 53.253 

Randv Strait-Rus. 53.332 

8. SOO Yard Freestyle 

Bruce Dorman-KCD 4:50.045 

Shane Strait-Blaz. 4:55.097 

Bill Hofacre-CC 4:59.598 

Rives Duncan-Hop. 5:03.585 

Mike Reynolds-Lex. 5:16.725 

Louis Fister-Lex. 5:19.871 



9. 1C0 Yard Backstroke 

Rick Pannell-Green 59.464 

Jim Jensen-Hop. 59.928 

Todd Williams-Dan. 1:00.441 

Bob Kelly-CC 1:00.935 

David Zirkleback-Con. 1:02.206 

Billv Cox-Blaz. 1:03.832 



10. 100 Yard Breaststroke 

Mark Brandt-Hop. 1 

Bobby Peck-Wood. 1 

Dean Reed-Lloyd 1 

Joey Bishop-Dix. 1 

Jamie Harris-Mod. 1 

Don Combs-Mod. 1 



02.950 
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08.061 
08.872 
09.070 
09.077 



11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

Covington Catholic 3:29.005 

Hopkinsville 3:33.219 

Paul Blazer 3:33.770 

Danville 3:37.656 

Model 3:43.061 

Franklin County 3:46.878 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL. 1978 



Page Seven 



Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Plantation Swimming Club, Louisville, Kentucky, February 24-25, 1978 



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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1. 'Beechwood 1:59.471 

2. Paul Blazer 1:59.743 

3. Model 1:59.743 

4. Highlands 2:02.987 

5. Notre Dame Aca. 2:03.993 

6. Dixie Heights 2:04.738 

Beechwood sel a new state record 

in this event with their lime of 1:59.471. 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle 

1. Nancv McConnell-Rus. 1:59.734 

2. Blair Dahlem-KCD 2:00.496 

3. S. Ahlers-Bee. 2:05.028 

4. Karen Hilbom-Frank. 2:05.187 

5. Patricia Alarie-Dan. 2:06.331 

6. Melissa Lueke-NDA 2:07.826 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley 

1. Karen Turner-Con. 2:15.015 

2. Michele Drissman-VMA __ 2:19.643 

3. F. Saalfeld-Mod. 2:25.513 

4. Kim Cull-High. 2:25.737 

5. Sue Reed-Dix. 2:26.886 

6. L. Mueller-Bee. 2:29.208 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle 

1. *Peggv Saalfeld-Mod. 24.360 

2. Ce Craycraft-Blaz. 26.093 

3. Beth Bankemper-High. 26.186 

4. Janet Brungs-NDA 26.519 

5. Michelle McClure-Dix. 27.405 

6. Daena Wilds-Wood. 27.641 

Saalfield set a new stale record in 

this event with her time of 24.360. 



5. One Meter Diving 

1. Meg Mever-Blaz. 453.45 

2. Denise Layton-Dix. 375.95 

3. Rebecca Lloyd-Dix. 363.00 

4. Leslie Gordon-Dan. 317.70 

5. Lee Johnson-KCD 309.15 

6. Lyle Dabe-KCD 268.45 

6. 100 Ya r d Butterfly 

1. Karen Turner-Con. 59.614 

2. Amv Davis-Blaz. 1:00.746 

3. D. Heidrich-Bee. 1:01.915 

4. Amv Whittle-NDA 1:07.291 

5. Julie Moeller-High. 1:07.802 

6. Marian Stanleton-Fran. 1:08.128 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle 

1. 'Peggy Saalfeld-Mod. 53.654 

2. Ce Cravcraft-Blaz. 55.790 

3. Fussie Saalfeld-Mod. 56.641 

4. S. Ahlers-Bee. 57.386 

5. Beth Bankemper-High. 58.468 

6. Melissa Lueke-NDA 59.038 

Saalfeld set a new stale record in 

this event with her lime of 53.654. 

8. 500 Yard Freestyle 

1. Amv Davis-Blaz. 5:21.773 

2. D. Heidrich-Bee. 5:31.709 

3. Karen Hilbom-Frank. 5:32.738 

4. Patricia Alarie-Dan. 5:36.794 

5. Jo Dils-Blaz. 5:43.864 

6. Sarah Carnes-Eliz. 5:52.550 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke 

1. Nancv McConnell-Rus. ___ 1:04.650 

2. J. Heidrich-Bee. 1:06.510 

3. Tish Hollingsworth-Scott. __ 1:06.734 

4. Angel Staub-NDA 1:09.281 

5. Daena Wilds-Wood. 1:09.386 

6. Beth Williams-Mod. 1:10.059 



10. 100 Yard Breastslroke 

1. Michele Dressman-VMA .. 1:11.337 

2. Kim Cull-High. 1:11.725 

3. Lisa Conlev-Blaz. 1:13.023 

4. Sue Reed-Dix. 1:14.484 

5. Julie Moeller-High. 1:15.046 

6. Kathy Lvnch-Eliza. 1:15.587 

K. Cull set record of 1:10.674 in heats. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1978 



PAUL BLAZER HIGH SCHOOL — AA CHAMPION 
1978 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




Lefl to Righl: First Row, Jo Lazear, A. Davis, L. Riedel R. Hissam, S. Drake, M. Houser, M. Never. Second Row: 
L. Morris, L. Craycraft, E. Saunders, L. Conley, N. Saunders, J. Dils, C. Craycraft. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1978 



GREENUP COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
1978 STATE RIFLE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Greg Holbrook (individual 
champion), Barry Duncan, Coach Charles E, Mullins. 
Second Row: Mike Kendall. Keith Litteral, Vada Waggoner, 
Darrell Stephens, Dennis Stephens. 



RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP RESULTS 

Greenup County High School Rifle Team won 
the State Rifle Championship on April 1, 1978. 
with a team score of 1424. Greg Holbrook of the 
winners took individual honors in the competi- 
tion, scoring 290 out of a possible 300 points. 
Teammate Darrell Stephens also recorded 290 
points, but Holbrook was awarded the title on 
the basis of his standing position score. 

Twelve teams competed in the tournament 
which was held at Jeffersontown High School. 
Team and individual scores are as follows: 

Greenup County (1424)— G. Holbrook, 290; D. 
Stephens, 290; D. Stephens. 283; M. Kendall, 282; 
V. Waggonner, 279 

Thomas Jefferson (1365)— P. Zeller, 280; D. 
Luckett, 277; M. Mannen, 276; M. Boswell, 275; 
M. Bath, 257 

Jeffersontown (1349)— G. Hunt, 281; M. Wol- 
chik, 270; G Graham, 268; T. Easton, 267; E. 
Stienbrenner, 263 

Fern Creek (1328)— C. Stomski, 280; S. Renn, 
273; D. Nief, 270; C. Thomas, 268; P. Jones, 237 

Bourbon County (1305)— M. Collins, 270; F. 
Johnson, 268; K. Long. 263; M. Ormes, 263; T. 
Graves, 252 

Owensboro (1298)— B. Carlisle. 271; S. DeHaven, 
266; D. Faith, 259; K. Jessup, 254; M. Burke. 248 

Jesse Stuart (1282)— W. Thompson, 271; B. Con- 
nors, 265; D. Barnett, 258; W. Connors, 248; R 
Stanfill, 240 

Valley (1213)— D. Preston, 261; J. Shaw, 245 
M. Fontana, 242; B. Adkins, 236; J. Carlisle, 229 

Eastern (1185) — J. Shontz, 254; V. Smith, 248 
J. Klingman, 246; K. Tytus, 228; J. Bosler, 209 

Fort Knox (1168)— J. Ingram, 256; A. Hayes. 
238; P. Egan, 235; P. Bonifacio, 229; R. Turpin, 210 

Iroquois (1071)— D. Abrams, 246; D. Davis, 225 
H. Denny, 210; M. Gilkey, 208; P. Gilkey, 182 

Male (1056)— D. Plumb, 230; G. Todd, 221 
E. Raymer, 206; J. White, 202; M. Ratterman, 197 



ANNUAL MEETING 

(Continued from Page Two) 

of the Commissioner, for sections that elect during 
the year, not later than midnight, January 31. 
Ballots for election shall be distributed by the 
Commissioner before February 15 and returned 
on or before March 1. Results of the election shall 
be tabulated by the Commissioner, announced at 
the meeting of the Delegate Assembly, and pub- 
lished in the April issue of the "Athlete." Terms 
of Board Members shall be staggered so that two 
will be elected each year. Board members shall 
alternate each four-year term between regions 
within each section. At the organization meeting 
in July, the members of the Board of Control 
shall elect from their membership a President and 
Vice President to serve for one year. They shall 
not be eligible to serve for more than two one- 
year terms in succession. The Superintendent of 
Public Instruction shall designate a liaison person 
to meet with the Board of Control to participate 
in all discussions but to have no vote as a member 
of the Board of Control. 

c. Delegate Assembly — Members of the Dele- 
gate Assembly at the annual meeting shall be 
elected by the representatives of member schools 
in each basketball district on ballots distributed 
by the Commissioner before October 1 and re- 
turned on or before November 15. Delegates shall 
serve for a term of one year beginning January 1 
immediately following their election. Each Dele- 
gate and Alternate to the Delegate Assembly must 
be a certificated employee of an accredited mem- 
ber school which is in good standing in the 
K.H.S.A.A., and the school involved must be a 
school in the district which the delegate or alter- 
nate is to represent. If the duly elected delegate 
and alternate does not answer the roll call at the 
annual meeting of the Delegate Assembly, the 
district shall remain not represented. 

PROPOSAL III 

The Kentucky State Board for Elementary and 
Secondary Education proposes that the following 
be added to Article IV, Section 3c, Duties of the 
Commissioner. 

10. Submit an annual report through the 
Superintendent of Public Instruction to the State 
Board for Elementary and Secondary Education 
no later than August 1, relating to finances and 
program for the preceding year and planned pro- 
grams for the current year. 

PROPOSAL IV 

The Kentucky State Board for Elementary and 
Secondary Education proposes that the following 
be added as Article XII to the Constitution: 
Article XII 

The State Board for Elementary and Secondary 
Education delegates the authority to the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association for the manage- 
ment of the inter-scholastic athletic program of 
the secondary schools. The Constitution, By-Laws, 
rules and regulations of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association and any subsequent changes 
thereto shall be subject to approval, rejection or 
modification by the State Board for Elementary 
and Secondary Education. 

PROPOSAL V 
The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association proposes that Section 
2 of By-Law 27 be amended to read: "No member 
school shall engage in football or basketball prac- 
tice following the last regularly scheduled game 
of the season in that sport until after the last day 
that school is in session for the school year." 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1978 



Page Eleven 



(Note: Championship playoff games shall be 
considered a part of the regular season in the 
interpretation of this rule.) 

PROPOSAL VI 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association proposes that By-Law 
42 be amended to read: 

"All district football games to be played during 
any season shall be scheduled on or before August 
1 of that season. Non-district games may be 
scheduled at any time." 



CORRECTION! 

The Boys' Golf Covington Region, to be played 
at Wheatley Country Club, was left out of the 
listing in the March ATHLETE. The following are 
the schools that are assigned to that Region: 

Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, 
Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, Holmes, Holy 
Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, Owen County, St. 
Henry, Simon Kenton, Trimble County, Walton- 
Verona. 



BOARD MINUTES 

(Continued from Page One) 
Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by Norman 

Passmore, that all bills of the Association for the 

period beginning January 1, 1978, and ending 

February 28, 1978, be allowed. The motion carried 

unanimously. 

The next meeting date was scheduled for 2:00 

P.M., April 20, 1978, at the office of the K.H.S.A.A., 

Lexington. 

There being no further business, the meeting 

adjourned. 



REGISTERED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 

OF THE K.H.S.A.A. 1977-1978 

(List Compiled April 1) 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given the first one is the home phone and 
the second is the business phone. 

Abell, Richard, 323 A St. Price Rd., Lexington 40505, 

254-2945. 253-1047 
Adams, Jerry. 4104 Victoria Way #1. Lexington 40503, 

272-8890 
Amis, Yancy, Rt. 1 Box 20, Buckhorn 41721, 398-7595. 398- 

7591 
Andress, Bill, 2039 New Linden Rd.. Newport 41071. 581- 

9832, 621-3720 
Atwell, Darryl, Rt. 4 Box 318, Campbellsville 42718. 465- 

2695, 465-2871 
Austin, Charles. Drakesboro 42337, 476-8002 
Austin, Dwight, 2319 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green 42101. 

842-7966, 842-5302 
Backert, Tony, 3507 Autumn Way. Louisville 40218, 451- 

5505 451-5559 
Baker, William, 5640 A Folger St., Fort Knox 40121, 624- 

5565, 624-7146 
Baldwin, Robert, Richmond Village, Paintsville 41240, 

789-6888, 789-5989 
Bass, F. M., 1412 Bryce Dr., Louisville 40216, 361-9618 
Bauman, Wilbur, 103 Center St., Newport 41071, 431-7034, 

261-3710 
Bell, Steve, R.R. 4, Albany 42602, 387-6521, 387-6611 
Bemardini, Bruno, 203 Taft Dr., Clarksville, TN 37040, 

552-1507, 798-4917 
Bottom, Ronnie, R.R. #6 Box 286, Shelbyville 40065, 633- 

4230, 633-4869, 
Bristol, Charles, 183 Kentucky Ct., Radcliff 40160. 351- 

4149 624-3322 
Brothers, Vernon, 217 N. 5th, Central City 42330, 754-5234 
Brown, Barry, 121 Ilhardt. Nicholasville 40356, 885-6657, 

252-4902 
Brown, Mike, R.R. 5, Box 107 AA, Scottsville 42164. 

237-4935, 237-3117 
Brown, Rickie. 405 Skyline Trailor Ct., Bowling Green 

42101, 781-2275 
Brown, Roger, 504 Lexington Ave., Vanceburg 41179, 796- 

2071, 796-2214 



Burdette, Waily, 525 Auburndale Ave., Louisville 40214, 

366-5559 
Burgess, Blair, 5315 Gardner Ave., Fort Knox 40121, 624- 

7965. 624-4132 
Burns, Carroll, 809 Sherwood Dr., Lexington 40502, 278- 

48il 252-0909 
Bussell,' James, Box 541, Brodhead 40409, 758-8830, 256-5185 
Cambron, John. 4 Congress Dr.. Morganfield 42437, 389- 

3087, 389-2876 
Campbell. Larry, Hueysville 41640, 358-9159 
Carroll, Johnny, 320 Cedar St.. Benham 40807. 848-2827 
Catron, Ken, Box 225, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-2173, 784-4953 
Cecil, James. 2804 Springbud Ct., Louisville 40220. 491-9812 
Cecil, Jimmie, Box 193, Stanville 41659, 478-9839 
Charles, James, 28 Stefanie Cir., Winchester 40391, 744- 

9330 255-7991 
Childers, Charles, P.O. Box 2. Stanton 40380, 663-2791, 

663-2246 
Christofield, Andrew. 428 Elm, Ludlow 41016. 581-4432, 

261-8211 
Clark, James, Rt. 4 Box 180, Owensboro 42301, 229-0257, 

229-4965 
Clark, Kenneth, 2700 S. York St., Owensboro 42301, 683-0600 
Claunch, Robert. 106 Jasper St.. Somerset 42501, 678-5321 
Compton, Delbert, 810 Denmark. Louisville 40215, 366-5571 
Cooper, Willie. 2550 Laclede. Paducah 42001, 443-3107, 

444-7251 
Cornett. Karl Jr., 2100 Violet Rd.. Lexington 40504. 278-1000 
Cox, Charlie. P.O. Box 61. Pine Ridge 41360. 668-3872. 

668-3402 
Crager, Bobby, 1703 Mary Ellen Dr.. Flatwoods 41139, 836- 

6069, 836-8186 

Box 316, Maysville 41056. 759-7820, 



Box 15, Paintsville 41240. 789-3372, 



Cull, Robert. Rt. 

564-4044 
Daniel. Roger, P.O. 

886-2311 
Daniels, Robert. 1107 McKenzie Add.. VanLear 41265, 789- 

3931, 789-1201 
Davenport, James, 9810 Dawson Hill Rd., Jefferstown 

40299, 239-5667, 452-5849 
Davis. Jay, 2101 Hazel St., #2, Hopkinsville 42240, 885- 

4684. 885-5355 
Davis, Ralph. Radcliff 40160, 351-6168, 624-8426 
Dawson. Danny, Hi Hat 41636, 377-6847, 452-2122 
Dickerson, William. 633 Bighill Ave., Richmond 40475, 

623-8605, 623-2711 
Dorsey, James, P.O. Box 504. Somerset 42501, 679-2738, 

678-5929 
Ebel, Jack, P.O. Box 466, Lexington 40501, 255-9744, 654-6981 
Edmondson, Johnny, R.R. 1, Glencoe 41046, 643-5288 
Edwards, Shawn. 303 3rd St., Central City 42330, 754-4556 
Elliott, Billy, 313 Cedar Ln.. Somerset 42501, 679-2921, 

679-6996 
Evans, Dave, 109 N. Highland Ave., Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-2415, 886-6869 . 
Evans, Lewis. Rt. 2. Morgantown 42261, 526-4310, 526-3730 
Fields, Bobby. 3002 Seminole Dr., Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-5643 
Fischer, Joseph, 101 Strathmore Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5472 
Fisher, Timothy J.. 101 Strathmore Ave., Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5472 
Forshee. Buddy. 509 W. Cedar. Franklin 42134, 586-5462, 

586-8014 
Foulks, Michael. 16 Brandywine Ct.. Highland Heights 

41076, 781-4862. 441-7100 
Foust, Ray Jr.. Box 677, Calvert City 42029, 395-4909. 527-3309 
Francis, Conrad, Rt. 1 Box 115 B, Centertown, OH 42328, 

232-4937 298-3261 
Funk, James R.. Lewis Hall #11, Morehead 40351. 784-6070 
Gardner. Bobbv. Box 404, Harrodsburg 40330, 734-2400, 

734-5423 
Gardner, Steven. 1201 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green 

42101, 842-8662, 842-5302 
Gillaspie, Bob. Rt. 2 Box 5. Dixon 42409, 639-5522. 639-2651 
Gillenwater, Henry. Rt. 1 Box 209 C, Ironton, OH 45638. 

532-4989 
Giordano. Al, 99 Holly Ln., Princeton 42445, 365-3680, 

365-3531 
Gooslin. Johnny, Gen. Del.. Meta 40501, 631-1012. 432-2380 
Green, Fred. Rt. 2, Hickory 42051, 247-5168 
Green, Jimmie. Box 135, Belcher 41513, 754-5318 
Grey, Don. 207 LaNormandy. Louisville 40223. 245-7915 
Grimes, Robert, 7505 Cedar Hollow Dr.. Louisville 40291 
Grooms. Barry, 500 KY. Ave., Murray 42071, 753-3510, 

247-6315 
Hale, Richard, Rt. 2 Box 329, Maysville 41056. 759-7550 
Hall. Bruce, Box 111, Virgie 41472, 639-2434 
Hall. Greg, 2507 Herman Ave.. Covington 41014, 261-7318, 

622-3374 
Handley, Woodie, Rt. 2, Hodgenville 42748, 358-3345, 358-3195 
Heaberlin, Bill. 928 Washington Ave.. Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6915, 329-7253 
Heaberlin. Bill Jr., 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6915 
Heaton, Roger, 5425 Hames Tr., Louisville 40219, 491-1086 
Hendren, James, Rt. 1. Mackville 40040, 375-4498 
Herp, James, 4825 Redwing Way, Louisville 40213, 969- 

5233, 368-1871 
Herren, Thomas K. 667 Hill-n-Dale Rd.. Lexington 40503, 
277-4029, 897-0061 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1978 



Hill Christopher, 653 Linda Ave., Danville 40422, 236-4140, 

236-4316 
Hill, Myron. 220 Center St., Morehead 40351, 784-8240, 

QQ'7 _ i (?f?n 

Hilpp, Louis, 7509 Devereaux, Louisville 40258, 935-8080 
Hilton, Billy. Springfield 40069, 336-7594, 336-7170 
Hines Michael, Rt 2 Box 195, W. Paducah 42086, 488-3216 
Hobbs, Charles Jr., U.P.O. 2189 MSU, Morehead 40351, 

784-8386, 783-2176 , „ -m 

Holt Larry, Rt. 1 Box 132 A, Alvaton 42122, 943-3587, 

781-4585 
Hopson, James, Rt. 1 Box 918 M. Pikeville 41501, 631-1933, 

432-1461 
Hourigan, David, Rt. 1, Gravel Switch 40328, 692-4147, 

692-6066 
Hudson. Mark, 215 Southern Dr.. Williamston 41097, 824- 

5587. 824-4421 
Huff, Robert, 2222 Bath Ave.. Ashland 41101, 324-1038, 

329-7206 
Huffman. Kerrv. Gen. Del., Bee Spring 42207, 286-4678, 

749-4101 
Huitt, Kathy, Box 391, Calvert City 42029, 395-4227 
Hurt. Kenneth, 201 Fourth St., Tompkinsville 42156, 487- 

8689, 487-8261 
Ives. Rick, Lot 27 Skyline Tr. Pk.. Bowling Green 42101, 

843-2164, 842-5302 
Jarrell, David, Limestone Terr., Maysville 41056, 564-6447, 

564-3353 
Jarvis. Robert, 107 Elm St., Pikeville 41501. 432-1086, 432- 

4196 
Jolly, Robert, 2713 S. Main St., Madisonville 42431. 825- 

2584, 825-1180 
Jones, John III, 808 Sycamore, Carrollton 41008. 732-6756, 

732-5215 
Kersey, Warren, 8916 Novelle Dr., Louisville 40258, 933- 

2688, 637-2914 
Kluepfel, Joseph. 262 W. Broadway, Madisonville 42431, 

825-1046 
Kovach, Stephen. 3430 Yoma Dr., Ashland 41101. 325-7406 
Lacy. James, Box 432. Campton 41301, 668-3246, 668-3106 
Lamar, Huston, Box 116, Cloverport 40111, 788-6045, 527-4349 
LaRue, W. D. Jr., P.O. Box 63. Salem 42078, 988-3138, 

388-7562 
League, Jack, 830 Boyd Ave.. Danville 40422. 236-6492, 

236-3100 
Livers, Bernard. Rt. 1 Finley, Lebanon 40033. 692-2874 
Livers. Joseph, Rt 1 Box 87 AA, Lebanon 40033, 692-6224, 

692-6086 
Lock. Larrv, Rt. 1. Marion 42064. 965-5357, 965-2248 
Logsdon, Timothv. 236 Water St.. Horse Cave 42749, 786- 

2215 748-2354 
London,' Michael. 309 E. Main St., Horse Cave 42749, 786- 

2601, 786-2427 
Lusk. Michael. 201 E. Stephen Foster. Bardstown 40004, 

348-9046 
Lynch. Lester, 702 N. Main St., Elizabethtown 42701, 765- 

2060. 769-5592 
McBride. Kenneth. 157 St. William Dr., Lexington 40502. 

266-7786. 254-1120 
McCosky. James. 531 W. Main, Morehead 40351, 784-8645 
McCowan, Connell, Rt 1 Box 253. Corbin 40701, 528-4932 
Mcintosh. Charles. R.R. 7. Box 202, Shelbyville 40065. 

633-5373, 633-1557 
McLin. Bruce, Rt. 2, Box 52. Jeffersonville 40337, 498- 

3798. 298-2250 
McNeil. Robert. Route 1. Melber 42069. 856-3543 
McNeil, Barney, Route 1. Bardwell 42023. 628-3860, 628-3434 
Maggard. Sam. Rt. 1. Monticello 42633. 348-9647 
Marshall, Barrv. 3808 Plantation. Lexington 40503, 278- 

5655. 278-5655 
Massarone. Charles. 1720 Shenandoah Dr., Lexington 40504, 

277-2150 
Mathew, Brent, Box 60, Lewisport 42351, 295-6573, 927-6953 
Meadors. William, 784 Covington Ave., Bowling Green 

42101. 842-4141. 745-3347 
Milam. James. Hillview Dr., Beeehmont 42323. 476-8359, 

476-2204 
Miles, Charles. 600 Hoover St.. Ashland 41101. 325-3261 
Moonevhan. James. Box 220. Franklin 42134. 586-4989 
Moore. Phillio. Rt. 6. Box 403, Bowling Green 42101. 

781-9340. 542-5302 
Morgan, Richard. Rt. 7. Box 78. London 40741, 864-9253. 

864-5114 
Morris. Larrv, 4701 Sebree #1. Louisville 40218, 459-1549 
Morton, William, 4505 Sunset Ave., Louisville 40211, 776- 

4709 589-4321 
Mosby, 'John. 500 Poplar St.. Versailles 40383. 873-3496, 

873-3181 
Mullins, Charles, Schultz Rd.. South Shore 41175, 932-4277, 

473-9812 
Mullins. Marty, Box 144. Vicco 41773. 642-3750. 783-4335 
Nahm. Cliff. 774 Wakefield Dr.. Bowling Green 42101 
Nalley, Donald. Rt. 8, Box 410 Clearview. Richmond 40475. 

624-2249 
Omohundro. Daniel, 500 Hillcrest Manor Dr.. Winchester 

40391. 744-5088. 269-5611 
Osborne, Bob, Rt. 4 Elks Lake Shore .Owenton 40359 
Osborne, Lonnie, 220 Lakeview Dr., Pikeville 41501, 432- 

5453, 432-1414 
Parkey, Cecil, P.O. Box 1649. Middlesboro 40965, 248- 

4139, 248-1000 
Pelphrey, Joe D., Box 252, Prestonsburg 41668, 886-6265, 

886-2475 



Peyton, William, Rt. 1. Sulphur 40070. 743-5449 

Pierce, Francis D. Jr., 5717 A Brown Ave.. Ft. Knox 40121. 

624-4385, 624-4415 
Pinson, David, Rt. 6. Box 566. Pikeville 41501, 631-1920, 

835-2286 
Powers, Fred J., P.O. Box 157, Aberdeen, OH 45101, 795- 

2693 564-4044 
Rahn. Gordon. 1316 Poplar, Murray 42071, 759-4172 
Ransey, Jerry, Somora 42776, 854-2678 
Rhodes, David, Cumberland College, Williamsburg 40769, 

549-9045 549-2391 
Roark, Frank. P.O. Box 403. Corbin 40701. 528-9868 
Reed, John, 105 Lebanon Hill, Springfield 40069. 336-9231, 

336-3954 
Roberts, Harry, 417 Monument St., Falmouth 41040, 654- 

5471, 654-3314 
Roof. David, Rt. 10, Box 69, Paducah 42001, 554-3111 
Sammons, Rick, Pocahontas & Perry Sts., Louisa 41230, 

638-4302 
Sawyers. Randall, Rt. 5, Box 510, London 40741, 864-9262, 

549_9039 
Schwier.iohann, Carl, 644 Third St., Silver Grove 41085, 

441-3826 441-3873 
Shaffer, Gary. Box 176 Dupree Hall, Richmond 40475, 

625-4976 
Sharp, Ron, Box 68, Pineville 40977, 337-5027, 337-2425 
Shelton. James, 812 2nd St.. Mayfield 42066. 247-9963, 

247-1431 
Sherman, Inman Jr., Rt. 5, Box 688, London 40741, 864- 

6518, 864-2207 
Short, Bill, 2701 Monroe. Ashland 41101, 324-8656 
Simpson, Ron. 813 Riverside Dr.. Russell 41169, 836-4629 
Slone. Douglas, Rt. 1, Box 347, Ashland 41101, 928-5726, 

329-7313 
Snell, Johnny, 145 E. Fifth St., Russellville 42276, 726-6446 
Spalding, Charles, 8107 Jasmine Ln., Louisville 40228, 

239-1907 
Steele. William. 713 Circle Dr., Grayson 41143, 474-4896. 

329-7549 
Stiles, George, 303 Deepwood Dr., Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-4848, 765-2101 
Stone, Johnny, Route 1, Princeton 42445, 365-5178 
Stovall, Tom, 215 Mellwood Dr.. Greenville 42345, 338- 

5828, 338-1317 
Styler. Charles, R.R 1. Box 177, Alexandria 41001. 635-5161 
Tarvin. Roger. 2499 Woodhill Ct., #4, Covington 41011, 

331-8447 431-2578 
Taylor, Carl, 3010 Belhaven Dr., Russell 41169, 836-5101, 

325-7703 
Tesar, Juliann. Rt. 3, 209 C, Vine Grove 40175, 877-0186, 

624-7030 
Thomas. Jeff. 706 Gartrell Ct., Ashland 41101. 324-9603 
Thomas, Mike, 111 Patterson Ct., Campbellsville 42718, 

465-7577, 465-2877 
Thompson, Sam, Rt. 1 Box 29 B. Greensburg 42743, 932- 

4971, 932-4222 
Thoroughman, Michael, P.O. Box 83. Garrison 41141, 757- 

3082, 757-2122 
Tomerlin, Allen, 3251 Poplarview Dr., Louisville 40216, 

447-4861 
Tucker, Charles. 404 Locust St.. Vine Grove 40175, 877- 

2450. 624-8230 
Tvre. Don. 316 Senate Dr., Frankfort 40601, 223-3668, 

254-6612, ext. 270 
Vance, Michael, Box 176 McCloud Ave., Worthington 41183, 

836-4607, 836-9525 
Vinson, Rav, 610 Osage Ave., Campbellsville 42718, 789-1621 
Wade, Charles, 453 A 8th Ave., Ft. Knox 40121. 624-7193, 

624-6525 
Walker, Dannv. 250 Davtona, Paducah 42001, 554-2185 
Walker, Joe, 508 E. Cedar St.. Franklin 42134, 586-8457, 

586-3331 
Wallin, Charles. 668 Northside Dr.. Lexington 40505 
Walters. Charles. Box 54, Bulan 41722. 436-5306 
Walton. Stanley. Rt. 6, Benton 42025. 527-8835 
Warner. Bobby. Box 252. Owingsville 40360. 674-2420, 

498-2222 
Washer, Jamie, 110 Broach Ave.. S. Murray 42071, 753- 

5330 753-4377 
Watson.' Tommv. Rt. 7, Box 306. Paducah 42001. 442-0426, 

443-5604 
Welty, Barrv. Harrodsburg Elem. School. Harrodsburg 

40330, Bus. 734-3655 
Whitehead. David. 3932 Phillips, Paducah 42001, 442-5813, 

442-6121 
Williams, Gary. 28 Circle Dr.. Shelbyville 40065. 633-6029, 

426-6020 
Williams. Malcolm. P.O. Box 72177. Louisville 40272, 

937-3394 
Wilson, Dale, Route 1, Dunnville 42528, 787-8668, 346-3639 
Wilson, Larry, Rt. 3 Aquashores, Shelbyville 40065, 633- 

5208. 564-3925 
Wilson. Phil, 5003 Dreamers Way. Louisville 40219, 964- 

6234, 452-3360 
Winfrey, Shelby, 315 Sharon Dr., Campbellsville 42718, 

465-8392, 465-5502 
Woodard, BiD, 1122 Pawnee Tr. #11, Georgetown 40324, 

863-2512, 863-8115 
Wright, Bruce, 524 Happy Ridge Rd.. Brandenburg 40108, 

422-3041, 624-6849 
Wright. J. D., 99 Chelan Dr., Lexington 40503, 277-6732, 

254-0505 



Lexington, Kentucky 
April 6, 1978 



Dear Principal: 



At the April 15, 1977 meeting, the K.H.SAA. Board of Control voted to continue to 
provide catastrophe injury insurance for all high school athletes for 1977-78. 

Briefly stated, the K.H.SAA. catastrophe plan contains the following provisions: 

1. $1,000 deductible clause; 

2. Up to $25,000 in medical benefits per injury (after the deductible has been 
satisfied and after the benefits from all other insurance has been con- 
sidered); 

3. Coverage for students engaging in, practicing for, or traveling to or from, 
all activities under the jurisdiction of the K.H.SAA. and tre direct super- 
vision of a school employee; 

4. Coverage for all registered officials of the K.H.SAA., while officiating, or 
traveling to or from the game they are to officiate; 

5. Coverage for medical expense incurred within two years following the date 
of injury; 

6. The deductible is eliminated for injuries sustained during a state series of 
tournaments or meets. 

The plan is underwritten by Sentry Life Insurance Company and is administered by 
Doug Ruedlinger, Inc. If you desire additional information, we suggest you write our 
catastrophe insurance consultant, Mr. John Joy, P.O. Box 3194, Johnson City, Tenm, 
or call him, 615-928-7381. 

Several plans are available to supplement the K.H.SAA. catastrophe program. The 
K.H.SAA. Board of Control does not sponsor, recommend, or require any school 
system to purchase or make available any type of athletic insurance within their 
school district. 



Sincerely, 



Tom Mills 
Commissioner 



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SHELBY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM 
K. H. S. A. A. CHAMPION — 1978 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. Val Shirley, Mgr. David Bowlin. James 
Rockwell, Andy Way, Kevin Armstrong, Mark Ashby, Pee Wee Sullivan, Gerry 
Davis, Trainer Gordon, Mgr. Tom Doyle. Second Row: Coach Mason, Coach Kuhl, 
Don Murphy, Norris Beckley, James Wiley, Pat Marshall, Charles Hunt, Maurice 
Way, Robert Davis, Mike George, Dale Kennedy, Coach Moorman, Coach Tom 
Creamer. 



Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 

Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

MAY 1978 



COVINGTON HOLMES HIGH SCHOOL — RUNNER UP 
1978 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




{Left lo Right) Fronl Row: Mgr. Terry McKinley, Dicky Beal, Dave Derkson, Phil Davis, Head Coach Reynolds 
Flynn. Second Row: Assistant Coach George Johns, Mark Moeves, Ricky Walton, Todd Riley, Maurice Green, Tony 
Malik, Doug Schloemer, John Wimzie, Elliott Simpson, Nate Flanigan, Assistant Coach Ken Spurlock. 



CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL — SEMI-FINALIST 
1978 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. Anthony Myers, Andy Baumberger, David Ross, Vincent Palton, Gregory Deane, 
Bernard Cureton, Jim Page. Second Row: Coach Robert Graves, Allan Berger, Bobby Parks, Derrick Ray, Rick Barney, 
Anthony Parker, Anthony Washington, Ike Roberson, Assistant Coach Howard Wright. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XL— NO. 10 



MAY, 1978 



$1.00 Per Year 



Newly Elected Board Members 




Denzil J. Ramsey 



J. D. Minnehan 



Principal Denzil J. Ramsey of Jesse Stuart 
High School and Principal J. D. Minnehan of 
Oldham County High School will represent Sec- 
tions 3 and 4 respectively on the Board of Control 
for a four year period beginning July 1, 1978. 

D. J. Ramsey is a native of Manchester, Ken- 
tucky. He received his A.B. degree from the 
University of Kentucky and his Masters degree 
from Eastern Kentucky University. 

Mr. Ramsey taught and coached in the Mercer 
County school system from 1952 to 1954. He served 
as principal of Stanford High School from 1954 
through 1958. He then taught and coached at 
Shepherdsville High School for five years and at 
Western High School for two years before being 
named Assistant Principal at Western High School. 
He served in this position for three years before 
being assigned as Principal of Jesse Stuart High 
School in 1968. 

Mr. Ramsey served four years on the Board 
of Directors of KASA and is presently serving as 
a member of the KASSP Board of Directors. He 
is married to the former Miss Betty Lou White of 
Manchester. They have three children and three 
grandchildren, with the fourth grandchild due in 
April. 

J. D. Minnehan is a native of Ashland, Ken- 
tucky, and has earned degrees of A.B., MA. and 
Rank I at the University of Southern Mississippi, 
the University of Tennessee and Western Ken- 
tucky University respectively. 

Mr. Minnehan's first five years in education 
were in the capacity of English teacher, assistant 
football coach and head basketball coach at Bards- 
town High School. He then served as Assistant 
Principal at Bullitt Central High School for three 
years and Principal of the Oldham County Middle 
School for one year before assuming the principal- 
ship of Oldham County High School three years 
ago. 

Mr. Minnehan and his wife, Judy, have a two 
year old son, Jason. Mrs. Minnehan is an instruc- 
tional supervisor for the Oldham County School 
System. 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
office on Thursday afternoon, April 20, 1978. 
The meeting was called to order by Vice-President 
Norman Passmore at 2:00 P.M. with Board mem- 
bers Denval Barriger, Zeb Blankenship, Jack Bur- 



kich, Joseph McPherson, Glendon Ravenscraft, 
George Sauer, Barney Thweatt, Paul Trimble; 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioners 
Dianne Caines, Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise 
present. Conley Manning and Darrell Wells were 
present representing the State Department of 
Education and the State School Boards Associa- 
tion, respectively. The invocation was given by 
Jack Burkich. 

Joseph McPherson moved, seconded by George 
Sauer, that the minutes of the March meeting be 
approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

Coach Bob Watson appeared before the Board 
to present additional material in the eligibility 
case of Cully Nelson. Coach Watson asked the 
Board to reconsider their decision and waive 
By-Law 5, Section 4, and By-Law 5, Section 1, 
to permit Cully to participate in athletics during 
the second semester of the 1978-79 school year at 
Owensboro High School. After much deliberation, 
Paul Trimble moved, seconded by Barney Thweatt, 
that Coach Watson's request that Cully Nelson be 
declared eligible to participate in athletics at 
Owensboro High School during the second se- 
mester of the 1978-79 school year be denied. The 
motion carried by a vote of 6-2. 

Assistant Commissioner Billy Wise reported 
the attendance at the Boys' State Basketball 
Tournament at approximately 84,000 as compared 
to 75,000 in 1977. The gross receipts from the boys 
tournament was approximately $308,296.20, with 
expenses of $91,078.71. 

The Girls' State Basketball Tournament had an 
attendance of approximately 25,370 and gross re- 
ceipts of approximately $77,243. A complete audit 
of both the boys' and girls' tournaments will 
appear in the August issue of the ATHLETE. 

Mr. Mills recommended to the Board that the 
sixteen teams participating in the Girls' State 
Basketball Tournament be granted $200 for mis- 
cellaneous expenses. Glen Ravenscraft moved, 
seconded by Denval Barriger, that the girls' par- 
ticipating teams be granted the $200. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented to the Board 
three requests he had received to host the Girls' 
State Basketball Tournament for 1979. These three 
sites were: Eastern Kentucky University, Rich- 
mond; Louisville Gardens, Louisville; University 
of Kentucky, Lexington. After a lengthy discus- 
sion Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by Paul 
Trimble, that the site for the 1979 Girls' State 
Basketball Tournament be placed at Eastern Ken- 
tucky University. Richmond, and that the Board 
consider other sites for the 1980 Girls' Tourna- 
ment. The motion passed 6-2, with Joe McPherson 
and George Sauer voting no. 

George Sauer gave a detailed report on the 
expense of meals and lodging of the sixteen teams 
in each of the state basketball tournaments. In an 
effort to hold down the increased expenses of the 
two tournaments and to enable the Board to in- 
crease expense allowance for all participating 
schools, George Sauer moved, seconded by Denval 
Barriger, that the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association only pay lodging through the night 
following the day a team is eliminated plus break- 
fast the next morning, and that the expense al- 
lowance for the remaining teams be increased. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

(Continued on Page Six) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1978 



VOL. XL— NO. 10 



MAY, 1978 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor DIANNE H. CAINES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Ray Story (1974-1978) Radcliff 

Vice-Pres. Norman Passmore (1976-1980) Lexington 

Directors Denval Barriger (1975-1979), Bowling Green; 

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Louisville; Glendon Ravenscraft (1976-1979), Alexandria; 
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(1977-1981), Hopkinsville; Paul Trimble (1976-1980), Paints- 
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Coaches, Athletic Directors — Plans for 2nd 

Annual Convention and Conference for 

All Sports — Boys and Girls 

June 9, 10, 11, 1978 — Gall House, Louisville, Ky. 

REGISTRATION FEE — $20.00 Includes: 

2 tickets for June 9 All-Star Basketball Game 
2 tickets for June 10 All-Star Football Game 
2 lunches and 1 breakfast-attendance at all 
clinics and conference meetings and Door 
Prizes 
BE SURE TO PRE-REGISTER AND PICK UP 
YOUR TICKETS AND PORTFOLIO AT THE 
GALT HOUSE LOBBY, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, BE- 
TWEEN 4:00 P.M. AND 8:00 P.M. YOU WILL 
NEED YOUR TICKETS FOR THE BASKETBALL 
GAME THAT NIGHT. 

The Coaches Association Officers have de- 
cided that everyone must have a ticket for these 
games this year. ADULTS — $3.00 — STUDENTS 
— $2.00. 

ALL-STAR COACHES EAST-WEST GAMES 
Basketball Game, June 9, Friday, 8:00 P.M. — 

Freedom Hall 
East Basketball — Coach Reynolds Flynn — Holmes 

High School 
West Basketball — Coach Lyle Dunbar — Christian 

County High School 
Football, June 10, Saturday, 8:00 P.M. — Fair- 
grounds 
East Football— Coach Roy Walton— Tates Creek 

High School 
West Football — Coach Tom Becherer — Shelby 
County High School 

(Assistant Coaches ballots were not in and 
counted at this printing.) 

Kentucky High School Coaches and 

Athletic Directors Conference 

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE 

Theme: Promoting High School Athletics 

Gait House, Louisville, Kentucky June 9-11, 1978 

Friday, June 9 — 

4:00 PM. — Pre-Registration, Lobby 

6:00 P.M. Exhibitors Set Up, Liverpool Room 

8:00 P.M. Basketball Game, KFEC 

Saturday. June 10 — 

8:00-9:00 A.M. Registration 

9:30-10:30 A.M. Opening Remarks. Water Poet 

Room 
Invocation: 



Welcome: Tom Mills, Commissioner KHSAA 
Speaker: Dave Hart, Athletic Director, U. of L. 
10:30-11:00 A.M. Visit Exhibitors, Liverpool 

Room 
11:00-12:15 Individual Sessions: 
Water Poet Room: Multi-Sports Session 
Old River Room: Football— AU-Star Coach- 
es, Vince Gibson, U. of L 
Kings Head Room: Basketball — All-Star 
Coaches, Bill Olsen, U. of L 
12:30-2:00 P.M. Luncheon, Archibald Room 
Invocation: Father Harry — Trinity High 

School 
Speaker: Ron Useldinger 
2:00-2:30 P.M. Visit Exhibitors, Liverpool Rm. 
2:30-4:00 P.M. Mini-Clinics: 
Water Poet Room: Promotion, Revenues of 

Games & Athletics 
Old River Room: Women Athletics — Susan 

Femester, U. K. 
King Head Room: Prevention of Athletic 
Injury — Dr. Shea 
4:00-4:30 P. M. Visit Exhibitors, Liverpool Rm. 

(¥2 of door prizes awarded) 
8:00 P.M. Football Game, KFEC 
Sunday, June 11 — 

8:00-9:30 A.M. FCA Breakfast, Archibald Rm. 
Invocation: Bud Burkley 
Speaker: Amos Martin 
9:30-10:00 A.M. Visit Exhibitors, Liverpool Rm. 
10:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M. General Meeting 

Water Poet Room: Ky. State Athletic Direc- 
tors Meeting 
Old River Room: Girls Athletics — Ann 

Karrick 
Kings Head Room: Ky. State Coaches As- 
sociation Meeting 
12:00-2:00 P.M. Luncheon, Archibald Room 
Invocation: Father Harry — Trinity High 

School 
Speaker: 
2:00 P.M. Closing Remarks. Archibald Room 
George Kok — President, Kentucky Ath- 
letic Directors Association 
Exhibitors Door Prizes are awarded 
Les Wright — President, Indiana H. S. 
Athletic Directors Association 



Minutes of Annual Meeting 

The sixty-second annual meeting of the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association Delegate 
Assembly was held at the office of the K.H.S.A.A., 
Lexington, on Friday afternoon, April 21, 1978. 
The invocation was given by Norman Passmore. 

President Ray Story called the meeting to 
order at 2:00 P.M. and asked Commissioner Tom 
Mills to call the roll. Fifty-eight elected dele- 
gates or alternates answered the roll call. 

Commissioner Mills then presented a report 
on the activities of the Association during the 
1977-78 school year. Jim Pursifull moved, seconded 
by Donald Spicer, that the report be accepted. 
The motion carried. (The Commissioner's report 
is printed elsewhere in this issue of the ATH- 
LETE). 

Paul Young moved, seconded by Jack Burkich, 
that Proposals I, II, III and IV be adopted. The 
motion passed when it received the necessary 
two-thirds vote for passage. The Proposals are as 
follows: 

PROPOSAL I — The Kentucky State Board 
for Elementary and Secondary Education pro- 
poses that Article III. Membership, be amended 
to read "This association shall be composed of 
secondary schools which have been accredited by 
the Kentucky State Board for Elementary and 

(Continued on Page Five) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1978 



Page Three 



Approved and Certified Baseball Officials 

Some ninety K.H.S.A.A. officials registered in 
baseball took the National Federation Test for 
the higher ratings on March 27, 1978. 

Certified 



GAME GUY AWARD 



Ashley, Kenneth 
Bell, Ronald 
Bernardini, Bruno 
Bertsch, Ronald 
Brause, Allan R. 
Brown, John W. 
Brown, Michael R. 
Burdette, Wally 
Burgess, Richard 
Burkeen, Phillip 
Butcher, Douglas 
Butcher, Stephen 
Cooper, Willie 
Crager, Bobby F. 
Culp, Leo 
Daniel, Roger 
Daniels, Robert A. 
Day, Jack 
Dill, Roger 
Duerson, W. R. 
Dwyer, James 
Dwyer, Robert 
East, William L. 
Edmondson, Johnny B. 
Emmons, Guv 
Estes, Walter 
Foust, Ray Jr. 
Frankel. Louis 
Froebel, Martin 
Gillaspie, Bob 
Green, Donald P. 
Hardin, Don 
Henson, Don 
Herrick, Calvin 
Higgins. James Sr. 
Hilpp, Louis 
Holt. Larry 
Hopson, James E. 
Hudson, Mark 
Hurst, Terry 
Hurt. Thomas C. 



Almand. David 
Atwell, Darryl 
Auler, Randy 
Barnard, Phillip 
Bartley, James 
Bass, Freddie 
Battoe. Darryl 
Bozarth, Robert 
Bratcher, Delmer 
Bristol, Charles 
Brown, Barry 
Brown. James 
Butcher, David 
Camic. David 
Cane, Leslie 
Carlton, Robert 
Cecil, James 
Chatoney, Jack 
Clark. James 
Clarke. Noble Jr. 
Clarke. Noble III 
Collins, Dermot 
Crittenden, Fred 
Davis. Ralph 
Finch, Steven 
Foulks. Michael 
Fox. Randy 



Johnson, W. Lynn 
Joseph, Charles S. 
Keeling, Reuben 
Kimmel, Jerry 
King, James 
Kluepfel, Joseph 
Kouns, Robert H. 
Lamar, Huston 
Livers, Joseph L. Jr. 
Lynch, Lester 
McMurtrey, Tom 
Markham, Stan 
Marlette, Ron 
Mooneyhan. James 
Moore, Phillip 
Morgan. Richard 
Mulligan, J. T. 
Nash, Rick 
Norwood, Thomas R. 
Pearl, George W. Jr. 
Pinson. David 
Raines, J. W. 
Ramey, Gary R. 
Reif, Harry F. 
Ring, William 
Rogers. Eldridge 
Sackett. Eugene 
Sandusky, Jerry 
Shipp. David 
Spalding. Guy C. II 
Strain, Richard 
Stull, Ben C. 
Tucker, Jerome 
Tyre, Donald 
Urlage, Richard 
Washer, Jamie Don 
Westcott, Jo H. 
Winfrey. Shelby 
Wingfield. Felix 
Wright, John David 
Zirnheld. Leonard 



Approved 

Fraley. Charlie 
Froedge, Mark 
Gardner, Steven 
Gibbons, Mike 
Gibson, Gary 
Gilmore, Donald 
Green, Jimmie 
Haines, Michael 
Hamilton, Paul 
Heaberlin. Bill 
Heaberlin, Bill Jr. 
Heaton. Roger 
Henry. Barry 
Herp, Kenneth Jr. 
Hines, Michael 
Hunter, Harold 
Hurst, Henry 
Jackson, Stephen 
Jarvis, Robert 
Johnson, Kenneth 
Kersey, Warren 
Lewis, Joseph 
McDermott, Gregory 
McNeill, Barney 
McNeill, Blaine 
Miliam. James 
Parker, Dale 




Scolt Scheynosl 

The Game Guy Trophy is annually awarded to 
the one athlete in the State of Kentucky who has 
overcome a physical handicap and participated in 
high school athletics. Scott Scheynost was the 
unanimous choice of the K.H.SA.A. for the 1978 
award. 

During the fall of 1976, Scott contracted Hodg- 
kins Disease. After the diagnosis, he began treat- 
ment which included extensive chemotherapy. 
Throughout the period of hospitalization, treatment 
and recovery, he maintained a grade; average of 
3.0. Scott participated on the football and wrestl- 
ing team during the 1977-78 school year. He 
started and played offensive guard and part-time 
defense for the football team and participated in 
every wrestling match. 

In nominating Scott for the award, Jessie 
Stuart High School's Principal, D. J. Ramsey 
stated: "I want to emphasize what this young 
man has been through, the determination and 
physical/moral courage he has shown to over- 
come this "obstacle." He has and does shun sym- 
pathy and publicity. He is what all of us would 
like to be. He has been and continues to be an 
inspiration." 

Scott was also nominated by The Flying 
Dutchman Charlie Vettiner who stated: "When 
the last chapter is written in the 'Book of Cour- 
age,' Scott Scheynost must be hailed as a giant 
among the courageous." 



Parker, Larry 
Pelphrey. Joe 
Polvick, David 
Powell, Lloyd 
Rahn, Gordon 
Read, Ray 
Roark, Frank 
Robinson, D. Blake 
Roof, David 
Sawyers, Randall 
Snell, Johnny 
Spratling. Obie 
Straus. Bill 
Taylor, Gary 
Taylor. Lucian 
Thomas. Mike 



Thomas. Paul 
Thompson, Samuel 
Thornsberry, John 
Tucker. Charles 
Vance, Michael 
Vandermale. John 
VanHooser, Phillip 
Vanover, Larry 
Walker. Danny 
Walker, Joe D. 
Whitehead, David 
Wood, Gwin 
Woodward, Bill 
Wright, Bruce 
Wyatt, Whayne 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1978 



Page Five 



ANNUAL MEETING MINUTES 

(Continued from Page Two) 

Secondary Education, and which agree to comply 
with the provisions of the K.H.S.A.A. Constitu- 
tion and By-Laws. No school shall become a mem- 
ber or continue to be a member whose detailed 
financial (athletic or otherwise), scholastic and 
attendance records are not matters of public prop- 
erty of record. Junior high schools shall not be 
eligible for membership." 

PROPOSAL II — The Kentucky State Board 
for Elementary and Secondary Education pro- 
poses that Article IV, Administration and Legis- 
lation, be amended to read: 
Sec. 1 . Officers 

The officers of the Association shall be a Com- 
missioner and a Board of Control composed of 
ten members, at least two of whom shall be blacks. 
Sec. 2. Procedures of Election 

a. Representatives — Each local Board of Edu- 
cation or the governing body of a private or paro- 
chial member school shall appoint one (1) repre- 
sentative for each member school within the school 
district or under their control to represent that 
school in the Association. Only certified personnel 
employed by the local district or private or paro- 
chial school are eligible for appointment. 

b. Board of Control — Members of the Board 
of Control shall be elected for a period of four 
years by vote of the representatives of member 
schools in each section (Basketball Regions 1 and 
2, 3 and 4. 5 and 6, 7 and 8, 9 and 10, 11 and 12, 
13 and 14, 15 and 16). In addition, two blacks 
shall be elected (Federal Court Decree). One shall 
be elected from each eight regions. They shall be 
a full-time certified employee of a Board of Edu- 
cation. Notification to the representative of each 
school in each section, in which a member is to 
be elected, must be made by the Commissioner 
not later than January 1. To be eligible for mem- 
bership on the Board of Control, one must be a 
certificated employee of an accredited K.H.S.A.A. 
member school in the region he is to represent 
and must remain in that region during his tenure 
of office. Serving in a part-time capacity or on 
leave of absence or on sick leave in any of these 
capacities will terminate the eligibility of the 
member, and the remaining members of the 
Board shall fill the vacancy within sixty days in 
the same manner as that prescribed for the 
regular election of Board members. Nominations 
for membership on the Board of Control, signed 
by five representatives of the section, shall be in 
the hands of the Commissioner, for sections that 
elect during the year, not later than midnight. 
January 31. Ballots for election shall be distributed 
by the Commissioner before February 15 and re- 
turned on or before March 1. Results of the 
election shall be tabulated by the Commissioner, 
announced at the meeting of the Delegate As- 
sembly, and published in the April issue of the 
"Athlete." Terms of Board Members shall be 
staggered so that two will be elected each year. 
Board members shall alternate each four-year 
term between regions within each section. At the 
organization meeting in July, the members of the 
Board of Control shall elect from their member- 
ship a President and Vice President to serve for 
one year. They shall not be eligible to serve for 
more than two one-year terms in succession. The 
Superintendent of Public Instruction shall desig- 
nate a liaison person to meet with the Board of 
Control to participate in all discussions but to have 
no vote as a member of the Board of Control. 



c. Delegate Assembly — Members to the Dele- 
gate Assembly at the annual meeting shall be 
elected by the representatives of member schools 
in each basketball district on ballots distributed 
by the Commissioner before October 1 and re- 
turned on or before November 15. Delegates shall 
serve for a term of one year beginning January 1 
immediately following their election. Each Dele- 
gate and Alternate to the Delegate Assembly must 
be a certificated employee of an accredited mem- 
ber school which is in good standing in the 
K.H.S.A.A., and the school involved must be a 
school in the district which the delegate or alter- 
nate is to represent. If the duly elected delegate 
and alternate does not answer the roll call at the 
annual meeting of the Delegate Assembly, the 
district shall remain not represented. 

PROPOSAL III — The Kentucky State Board 
for Elementary and Secondary Education proposes 
that the following be added to Article IV, Section 
3c, Duties of the Commissioner. 

10. Submit an annual report through the Su- 
perintendent of Public Instruction to the State 
Board for Elementary and Secondary Education 
no later than August 1, relating to finances and 
program for the preceding year and planned pro- 
grams for the current year. 

PROPOSAL IV — The Kentucky State Board 
for Elementary and Secondary Education proposes 
that the following be added as Article XII to the 
Constitution: 

Article XII 

The State Board for Elementary and Secondary 
Education delegates the authority to the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association for the 
management of the inter-scholastic athletic pro- 
gram of the secondary schools. The Constitution, 
By-Laws, rules and regulations of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association and any subse- 
quent changes thereto shall be sub.iect to approval, 
rejection or modification by the State Board for 
Elementary and Secondary Education. 

John Reschar moved, seconded by Jim Burch, 
that Proposal V be adopted. Proposal V states that 
By-Law 27, Section 2, be amended to read: "No 
member school shall engage in football or basket- 
ball practice following the last regularly sche- 
duled game of the season in that sport until after 
the last day that school is in session for the 
school year." The motion failed to receive the 
necessary two-thirds vote for passage. 

Jack Burkich, moved, seconded by Holbert 
Hodges, that Proposal VI be adopted. Proposal VI 
states that By-Law 42 be amended to read: "All 
district football games to be played during any 
season shall be scheduled on or before August 1 
of that season. Non-district games may be sche- 
duled at any time." The motion received the 
necessary two-thirds to pass. 

Prin. Andrew Renick requested permission to 
submit the following proposal from the floor for 
consideration. His proposal requests that the fol- 
lowing sections be eliminated from By-Law 27: 
Section 2. No Spring Practice In Football — In the 
spring no member school shall engage in football 
practice. Section 3. Penalty for Violation — A 
school violating Section 2 of this By-Law shall be 
suspended from the K.H.S.A.A. until the end of 
the football season following the spring in which 
the violation occurs. Owen Hauck seconded the 
motion. The motion failed to receive the necessary 
two-thirds vote of the delegates to be considered. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned by President Ray Story. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1978 



J. B. MANSFIELD AWARD 



TED SANFORD AWARD 




Irene Moore 

The J. B. Mansfield Award for girls was won 
by Irene Moore, Breathitt County High School. 
Jackson. The annual award inaugurated by the 
Courier-Journal and Times is presented to the 
player in the K.H.S. Girls' State Basketball Tour- 
nament who excels in four areas: basketball abil- 
ity, academic accomplishments, sportsmanship and 
citizenship. The selection was made by a com- 
mittee of school personnel from throughout the 
state. 




Mike George 

To foster the ideals exemplified by Ted San- 
ford, former Commissioner of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, the Courier-Journal 
and Times inaugurated the Ted Sanford Award 
to be given annually to a player in the K.H.S. 
Boys' State Basketball Tournament who excels in 
four areas: basketball ability, academic accom- 
plishments, sportsmanship and citizenship. This 
year a committee composed of school personnel 
from throughout the state selected Mike George, 
Shelby County High School, Shelbyville. 



Minutes — Board of Control Meeting 

(Continued from Page One) 

Mr. Mills presented letters from 9th and 
Christian School and Kentucky Country Day 
School requesting that the Board consider re- 
districting their schools in basketball. Ninth & 
Christian School requested a change from District 
23 to District 21. Kentucky Country Day School 
requested a change from Region 7, District 26, to 
Region 8, District 31. The Board declined to ap- 
prove the requested changes. 

Letters from Headmaster William Williams. 
Sayre High School, and Coach Jock Sutherland, 
Lafayette High School, were presented to the 
Board requesting that Sayre High School be placed 
in another basketball district. After discussing 
the number of schools in the surrounding districts 
and their locations, George Sauer moved, seconded 
by Joseph McPherson, that Sayre High School not 
be moved from District 43 until there is a va- 
cancy in one of the surrounding districts. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

A request from the schools in the Ninth Re- 
gion was presented by Mr. Mills to the Board for 
consideration of re-districting in that region be- 
cause of the addition of two new schools, Scott 
High School and Calvary Baptist School. Mr. Mills 
was instructed to call a meeting of the principals 
to discuss the possible re-districting of the region. 

Mr. Mills presented the information of the 
National Federation Summer Meeting on July 3-7. 
1978, at Salt Lake City, Utah, and asked the Board 
to name a Delegate and Alternate. George Sauer 
moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, that Ray 
Story and Norman Passmore be named Delegate 
and Alternate respectively. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

George Sauer, Chairman of the Football Com- 
mittee, gave a report on the Committee Meeting 
that was held at the K.H.S.A.A. Building at 10:00 



A.M. He reviewed for the Board members, the re- 
ceipts, disbursements and sites for the past two 
years of the football playoffs. Mr. Sauer moved, 
seconded by Joseph McPherson, that the sites and 
dates for the 1978 football playoffs for Classes A, 
AA and AAA be Eastern Kentucky University, 
Richmond, on November 24-25, 1978, and Class 
AAAA at the Fairgrounds, Louisville, on Decem- 
ber 2, 1978. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Sauer discussed in detail the recommenda- 
tions of the Football Committee for a revised plan 
of the dates and sites for the 1979 and 1980 Foot- 
ball Playoffs. The plan is as follows: All schools 
should move their first regular season game back 
one week, playing their last regular season game 
on the last weekend in October. With this re- 
vision. Classes A, AA, AAA sub-district winners, 
State AAAA district winners, and Jefferson Coun- 
ty AAAA winner and Runner-up will play on the 
first weekend in November: Classes A, AA, AAA 
district winner, State AAAA regional winners and 
Jefferson County AAAA district winners will play 
on the second weekend in November: Classes A, 
AA, AAA regional winners. State AAAA sectional 
winners and Jefferson County AAAA regional 
winners will play the third weekend in Novem- 
ber: Classes A, A A, AAA sectional winners and 
Jefferson County AAAA winner vs. State AAAA 
sectional winner will play the state championships 
the fourth weekend in November. The final play- 
offs would be played at the same site with Class 
A playing on Friday afternoon, 2:00 P.M.; Class 
AA, Friday night, 7:00 P.M. The Class AAA would 
be played on Saturday afternoon, 2:00 P.M., Class 
AAAA on Saturday night, 7:00 P.M. The recom- 
mended site for all playoffs was the Fairgrounds, 
Louisville. George Sauer moved, seconded by Jack 
Burkich, that the plan be accepted. The motion 
carried 7-1. 

Mr. Mills gave a report on the catastrophe in- 
surance policy that the KHSAA now carries with 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY. 1978 



Page Seven 



CHRISTIAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL — SEMI-FINALIST 
1978 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




{'Lett to Right) Front Row: Jeff Dovie, Frankie Dudas. Herbert Brown. Stan Rodford, Mike Bussell. Second Row: 
Coach Dunbar, Vince Beyke. Kelly Young, Charles Nance, Kenny Hart, Allen Barneit, Ricky Owen. Ray Jordon, 
Coach Akin. 



the Doug Ruedlinger, Inc. After a discussion on 
the need to increase the maximum figure from 
$25,000 to $50,000, George Sauer moved, seconded 
by Glen Ravenscraft, that the K.H.S.A.A. renew 
their policy for the 1978-79 school year with Doug 
Ruedlinger, Inc., with an increase in medical 
benefits per injury to $50,000 maximum with a 
$1,000 deductible clause. The annual premium for 
this policy is $14,000. The motion carried unani- 
mously. 

Denval Barriger moved, seconded by George 
Sauer, that the Board of Control pay $585.68 into 
the Teachers' Retirement System to purchase re- 
tirement credit for three years of military service 
for Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

After a lengthy discussion on the Rules and 
Regulations Governing State Swimming Meels, 
Mr. Mills recommended that the K.H.S.A.A. go to 
a one class, one date plan, for the member schools 
that have swimming programs. Denval Barriger 
moved, seconded by Zeb Blankenship, that the 
recommendation be accepted. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Mr. Mills read a letter from Bill Ring, Assign- 
ing Secretary of the Bluegrass Umpires Associa- 
tion, recommending an increase in fees for the 
umpires from the district to the state level. After 
a discussion on the request and the present ex- 
pense of this program, the Board agreed that the 
requested increase should not be granted. 

Commissioner Mills read a letter received from 
Ronald E. Waldridge, M.D.. Chairman of the Ken- 
tucky Medical Association Committee on School 
Health, Physical Education and Medical Aspects 
of Sports. The letter was seeking the support of 
the Board of Control of the K.H.S.A.A. for the 
endorsement of the certification of all public high 
school coaches in the medical aspects of sports, 
and to have at least one qualified trainer for all 
sports in every school. The Board discussed the 
contents of the letter at length but made no com- 



mitment to the program. 

Assistant Commissioner Billy Wise gave a re- 
port on the rules and regulations governing golf 
tournaments for boys and girls. Following his 
report, Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Bar- 
ney Thweatt, that the boys' individual golf tour- 
nament be eliminated beginning with the 1979 
season, and that the boys' and girls' continue 
with a state team tournament with an individual 
medalist. The motion carried unanimously. 

The Board discussed the financial burden being 
placed on the member schools when runner-ups 
from the regional track meets qualify for the 
state meet. After a lengthy discussion, Zeb Blank- 
enship made a motion, seconded by Joseph Mc- 
Pherson, that beginning with the 1979 season the 
runner-up in the regional track meets be eli- 
minated from going to the state meets. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Zeb Blankenship reported that he has been 
contacted by Ath. Dir. Andy Hopkins, Fayette 
County Schools, and asked if the Board members 
would consider putting soccer back into the 
K.H.S.A.A. program. Mr. Mills was instructed to 
survey member schools now participating in soccer 
to determine whether it should be a fall or spring 
sport. A decision will be made following the 
receipt of this information. 

The date for the next meeting of the Board 
was scheduled for Friday, July 28, 1978, 10:00 
A M., at Kenlake. 

Glen Ravenscraft moved, seconded by Zeb 
Blankenship, that the fall meeting be held on 
October 7. at the K.H.S.A.A. Building, Lexington. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

George Sauer moved, seconded by Barney 
Thweatt, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning March 1, 1978, and ending March 
31, 1978, be allowed. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was ad.iourned. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1978 



1977-78 ANNUAL REPORT 

(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 

Three hundred thirteen schools joined the 
Association for the 1977-78 school year. Twelve 
of these schools enroll girls only and ten have 
only boys. In 1976-77 there were 312 schools, 
in 1975-76 there were 313, in 1974-75 there were 
315 and 329 in 1973-74. 

There were 200 schools involved in football. 
The Classes A, AA and AAA championship games 
were played at Eastern Kentucky University, 
Richmond, and Class AAAA was played at the 
Fairgrounds, Louisville. Attendance was approxi- 
mately 12,657 and gross receipts were $46,266.00. 
Expenses involved in conducting the state football 
playoffs were $23,122.75. Interest and attendance 
at the regional and semi-final games continued to 
increase resulting in greater revenue for the 
schools involved. 

In Cross Country 153 boys' teams entered 
twenty-two regional meets. One hundred twenty- 
nine girls' teams entered all three Classes in 
sixteen regions. The expenses incurred in spon- 
oring this sport were $7,424.33. The Class AAA 
Meet was held at Shawnee Park, Louisville, and 
the Classes AA and A were held in Lexington at 
the University of Kentucky. 

The Wrestling program is going forward at a 
rapid pace. There were sixty-eight schools in the 
eight regions with the winner and runner-up in 
each weight class advancing to the finals. The 
championship tournament was held at Atherton 
High School. The receipts from the meet amounted 
to $6,125.50 while the expenses to date are 
$7,428.87. 

In Classes AAA and AA Swimming, forty-two 
girls' teams and forty-six boys' teams competed 
for the championships. They were held at Plan- 
tation Swim Club, Louisville, on February 17-18 
and February 24-25 respectively. The receipts 
were $1,123.50 and the expenses were $8,690.08. 

There were sixteen schools with boys' Gym- 
nastics teams and twenty-seven with girls. There 
were two girls' regional meets held at Henry Clay 
High School and Southern High School, but there 
was not sufficient number of boys' teams to 
justify a regional. The state meets were at Eastern 
Kentucky University, Richmond, on February 18. 
The receipts were $142.00 and the expenses were 
$1,798.58. 

The approximate gross receipts from the boys' 
and girls' district basketball tournaments were 
$405,788.75 while the regional tournaments took 
in $369,562.70 for a total of $775,351.45. Attendance 
at the Boys' State Tournament was approximately 
84,000 as compared to 75,000 for last year. The 
gross receipts this year for the tournament is 
estimated at $308,296.20. A complete audit will 
appear in the August issue of the "ATHLETE." 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tour- 
nament was 25.000. The gross receipts amounted 
to $77,243.39 with expenditures of approximately 
$42,072.06. A complete report will appear in the 
audit. 

There were twelve co-ed teams competing in 
the State Rifle Marksmanship Meet in Louisville. 
Expenses incurred were $305.40. 

Approximately eleven teams are expected to 
compete in the State Fencing Meet on April 22, 
1978, at Atherton High School, Louisville. 

In the other sports that are to follow 265 base- 
ball teams will compete in fifty-nine districts and 
sixteen regions; 231 girls, and 234 boys' track 
teams will compete in twenty regions each; 101 
girls' golf teams and 192 boys' teams will play in 
nineteen regions; 139 girls' tennis teams and 149 
boys' teams will play in ten regions. State Cham- 



pionship meets will be held in baseball at Owens- 
boro; the Class AAA track in Louisville and the 
Class A and AA at the University of Kentucky, 
Lexington; the girls' golf at Glasgow Country 
Club, Glasgow; the boys' golf at the Anderson 
Golf Course, Fort Knox; the tennis at the Uni- 
versity of Kentucky, Lexington. 

Registering with the officials' Division of the 
Association were 1,474 basketball officials, 701 
football, 455 baseball at the present time and 57 
wrestling. Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise 
conducted twelve clinics in football and seventeen 
in basketball for officials and coaches. Assistant 
Commissioner Louis Stout conducted fourteen 
clinics for baseball umpires and coaches. Out of 
the 499 football officials that took the National 
Federation examination for advanced ratings. 105 
became approved and 288 are certified. In basket- 
ball out of the 716 that took the test, 273 "became 
approved and 444 are certified. One hundred took 
the baseball test, 69 became approved and 75 
are certified. 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commis- 
sioners and I are grateful for the cooperation the 
superintendents, principals, athletic directors and 
coaches have given us in running the program 
for the Association. 

REGISTERED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. 1977-1978 

(List Compiled May 1) 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given the first number is that of the home 
phone. 

Adams. Dickie. Box 35, Isom 41824, 633-9697, 633-7787 
Adams, George. Box 35, Isom 41824. 633-5457. 633-7787 
Adams, Ronald. 313 W. Center St.. Mayfield 42066, 247-5261 
Aldridge. Vern L., 9155 B S. Beard Ave., Fort Knox 40121. 

624-8471. 624-2424 
Applegate. Anthony. Box 191, Tollesboro 41189. 798-5391, 

783-4325 
Arflin. Tracy T. II, 7540 B McDevett. Fort Knox 40121, 

624-5366, 748-2856 
Arnold, James, 749 Honeysuckle Dr., Taylor Mill 41015, 

491-4091. 561-4225 
Bailev. William. 1404 Arlington Dr., Richmond 40475, 623- 

2200. 622-2251 
Ballard, Dannv. 738 Blackburn Ave., Frankfort 40601, 

875-5140 
Bemiss, Eugene, R.R. 3, Box 19, Shelbyville 40065, 633-3295. 

633-1625 
Barnard. Rodnev, Rt. 4 Box 299. London 40741. 864-2590 
Biggerstaff. Ronnie. Rt 1 Box 62. Thornton 41855, 633- 

9902, 633-4422 
Brown, Thomas. 104 Harriett Ave.. Bardstown 40004. 348- 
5509. 348-9046 
Burchell, Joseph, Box 132. Manchester 40962. 598-2210. 

598-2669 
Camacho, Marcus. P.O. Box 934, Warsaw 41095. 643-5601, 

567-5761 
Clark. John P.O. 512. Hardinsburg 40143. 756-2149 
Coomer. Ralph. St. Helens 41369. 464-3149. 464-2416 
Cope. Nathan. R.R. 2. Booneville 41314. 593-6148. 593-5185 
Critz. George, 207 Frazer Ave.. Columbia 42728. 384-4340. 

384-3518 
Critz, George. 207 Frazer Ave.. Columbia 42728, 384-4340, 

384-3518 
Curry. Dale. 213 S. First St.. Greensburg 42743. 932-4028, 

465-6331 
Diuguid. Duane, 205 Mark Dr., Hopkinsville 42240. 885-1631 
Dooley. Terrv. US 60 Trailercourt, Hardinsburg 40143. 

756-2360. 756-5819 
Dossett, Mac. Rt. 4 Whippoorwill Dr., Marion 42064 
Drake, Carl, P.O. Box 69. Stanton 40380. 663-2792 
East. William. 402 Linda Dr., Hopkinsville 42240. 886-2146, 

386-5259 
Easterling. Hager, Rt. 1 Box 12. Grayson 41143. 474-5852 
Edington, Mike. Box 325. Vanceburg 41179. 796-3275. 796-2823 
Emmons, Guy. 5500 Crosswood Ct.. Louisville 40291, 239- 

9537 
Engle. William. P.O. Box 46. Hindman 41822. 785-5543 
Fallis. George Jr.. 269 Lake St.. Ludlow 41016. 591-9769, 

261-8211 
Feltrop. Bill. 2600 Tacoma Dr., Flatwood 41139. 836-4656 
Feltv. Kenneth. 106 Park St.. Grayson 41143. 474-5222. 

474-6691 
Flatt, David. i*49 MSU, Rt. 32 Trailer Pk.. Morehead 40351. 

784-1242. 783-2271 
Flaugher. Jefferv. Rt. 2 Box 107 A. Grayson 41143. 474-6858 
Fritsch, Steve. 1640 N. Main. Hazard 41701. 436-5192 

(Continued in August ATHLETE) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1978 



Page Nine 



1978 BOYS' STATE TOURNAMENT BOX SCORE INFORMATION 



Game No. 1 — Session No. 1 



Knott County Central - 


Edd 


ie Gibson 


Player min 


fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


G. Stamper 31 


12 


19 


7 8 


12 


2 


1 


31 


L. King 29 


8 


12 


8 10 


10 


1 


5 


24 


C. Engle 11 














2 








D. Christian 31 


2 


14 


1 


3 


4 


2 


4 


D. Richardson 23 


3 


10 





2 


1 


4 


6 


B. King 21 


1 


9 





5 


2 


4 


2 


B. Nickles 


1 


2 








1 


1 


2 


D. Cornett 3 





1 





1 











S. Slone 1 





2 





1 











W. Hall 1 











1 











D. Johnson 1 

















1 





C. Cornett 1 























Totals 160 


29 


69 


15 19 


37 


13 


18 


69 



Christian County 

Playet min. fg fga 

K. Hart 31 9 12 

K. Young 32 5 8 

C. Nance 21 5 9 

A. B. Arnett 25 8 10 

J. Davie 30 2 9 

R. Jordan 

V. Beyke 

M. Bussell 

F. Dudas 2 1 1 

K. Owen 2 3 

H. Brown 16 6 10 

S. Radford 1 

Totals 160 36 62 



— Lyle 


Dun 


bar 






ft fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


6 6 


6 


2 


3 


24 


5 6 


7 


2 


4 


15 





8 


2 


3 


10 


1 5 


5 





3 


17 


1 2 


6 


8 


2 


5 















































2 4 


1 








4 





1 





1 





1 1 


4 








13 

















16 24 


39 


14 


16 


88 



Game No. 2 — Session No. 1 



Virgie - 


- Eugene Lyons 










Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tP 


R. Newsome 


29 


6 


11 


2 


3 


11 





4 


14 


S. Newsome 


32 


7 


17 


6 


7 


9 


1 


4 


20 


M. May 


23 


8 


11 


5 


7 


9 





3 


21 


J. Kiser 


23 


1 


2 


1 


3 


1 


1 


5 


3 


G. Newsome 


32 


2 


5 





1 


3 


4 


3 


4 


N. McPeek 


9 


I 


3 








1 








2 


R. Bentley 


3 





1 








1 





1 





T. Spears 





























R. Rowe 





























P. Adams 





























D. Hall 


9 


1 


1 





1 











2 


C Harmon 





























Totals 


160 


26 


51 


14 


22 


37 


6 


20 


66 


Game No. 3 


— Session 


No 


2 












Maysvill 


e — 


- Robert G 


Hall 






Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


Davis 


25 


6 


8 


3 


4 


5 





1 


15 


Kirk 


32 


11 


14 


5 


8 


5 


1 


4 


27 


Gilbert 


32 


4 


8 





2 


8 


2 


2 


8 


Jones 


26 


1 


4 








5 


1 


4 


2 


Myrick 


24 


8 


13 


1 


1 


2 


3 


5 


17 


Dean 


10 








1 


2 


2 





2 


1 


Black 


3 


























Baber 





























Myrick 





























Berryman 





























Owens 


8 

















1 


2 





Walker 





























Totals 


160 


30 


47 


10 


17 


30 


8 


20 


70 



Ahrens — Fred Holden 



Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


S. Curtis 


32 


10 


12 


2 


7 


3 


1 


3 


22 


J. White 


14 


4 


6 








3 


1 


5 


8 


J. Adams 


18 


3 


6 





1 


10 





1 


6 


K. Burnley 


28 


4 


12 


4 


8 


7 





3 


12 


K. Duncan 


28 


4 


12 


3 


4 


3 


1 


2 


11 


H. Middleton 


14 


1 


1 


3 


4 


2 





1 


5 


H. Rueker 


12 


3 


7 











1 


3 


6 


G King 


14 





2 








3 





4 





M. Mixon 





























W. Bacon 





























H. Bradshaw 





























J. Cole 





























Totals 


160 


29 


58 


12 


24 


34 


4 


22 


70 



Bowling Green 

Player min. fg fga 

Rhodes 24 5 9 

Brown 32 8 13 

Ray 32 7 10 

Nichols 27 4 8 

P. Carothers 20 3 9 

Whitlow 25 3 7 

Hays 

Wilson 

Carothers 

Dillard 

Skiles 

Stivers 

Totals 160 30 56 



— Bobby Hoggard 

ft fta reb a pf tp 

2 2 2 2 12 
15 7 1 4 17 

3 5 6 1 2 17 

12 3 12 9 

13 4 13 7 
3 6 3 14 9 







11 23 27 5 17 71 



Game No. 4 — Session No. 2 



Cov. Holmes — 

Player min. fg fga 

Schloemer 29 6 15 

Wimzie 30 11 17 

Malik 13 1 4 

Derkson 8 1 

Moeves 27 7 12 

Riley 13 1 3 

Beal 22 3 6 

Simpson 3 1 

Walton 4 1 

Davis 5 

Green 5 3 3 

Watts 1 

Totals 160 32 63 



Reynolds Flynn 

ft fta reb a pf tp 

5 8 5 3 17 

7 7 9 1 4 29 

2 2 4 5 4 

12 110 1 

2 3 2 1 1 16 

4 2 2 

4 6 3 6 

10 1 

4 4 3 2 4 

10 2 

11 10 7 



22 27 36 9 23 86 



Ashland Blazer 

Player min. fg fga 

McCauley 23 2 10 

Allen 22 4 5 

Welch 30 8 13 

Swift 31 4 9 

Cobb 20 2 6 

Henderson 12 1 4 

Withrow 10 1 3 

Smith 3 1 

Cobb 1 1 

Anders 5 1 

Bush 1 

Anderson 2 

Totals 160 22 53 



— Paul Patterson 

ft fta reb a pf tp 

2 2 4 

2 2 6 4 10 

8 16 13 5 24 

6 7 5 4 4 14 

114 4 

111 2 

1 4 2 2 2 

1 

10 

1 



1 

16 28 38 8 23 60 



Page Ten 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1978 



1978 BOYS' STATE TOURNAMENT BOX SCORE INFORMATION 



Game No. 5 — Session No. 3 





Henry Clay 


— Al ] 


Prewitt 










Somerset 


— 


Chuck Eckler 








Player 




min 


fg fga ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft fta reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Moore 




31 


3 


12 8 


13 


11 


3 


3 


14 


Lewis 


31 


9 


14 


4 4 13 


1 


4 


22 


Leslie 




19 


1 


7 





4 





1 


2 


Stigall 


30 


3 


7 


7 


2 


3 


6 


Chambers 




30 


7 


11 4 


13 


16 





4 


18 


Fothergill 


12 


2 


4 


2 





5 


4 


Sweat 




32 


10 


20 4 


5 


4 


4 


2 


24 


S. Gover 


32 


8 


15 


4 4 3 





2 


20 


Owens 




24 


3 


11 


2 


3 


2 


2 


6 


Upchurch 


32 


5 


7 


5 6 5 





4 


15 


Price 




15 


3 


8 2 


3 


2 





1 


8 


Hines 


18 





2 


1 2 3 


1 


3 


1 


Clay 




























Grider 























Overstreet 




1 





1 

















K. Patsy 























G Minniefield 


? 





1 





1 





1 





Akers 























F. Minnie) 


: ield 


6 


1 


2 








1 


2 


2 


A. Gover 























Elliott 




























Jewell 


2 


? 


3 








1 


4 


Groves 




























Higdon 


3 














5 





Totals 




160 


28 


73 18 


36 


43 


10 


16 


74 


Totals 


160 


29 


52 


14 16 39 


4 


27 


72 



Game No. 6 — Session No. 3 





Apollo - 


— Wayne Chapman 










Shelby Coun 


ty - 


- Tom 


Creamer 






Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


Player 


min. 


fg 


fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


Barker 


32 


9 


14 


5 


7 


7 


1 


3 


23 


Way 


32 


3 


7 


2 2 


6 


1 


3 


8 


Humble 


32 


6 


12 








1 





2 


12 


Beckley 


16 


5 


8 





2 





4 


10 


Maynard 


17 


1 


2 








6 





3 


2 


Hurt 


32 


9 


14 


5 7 


3 








23 


J. Jones 


32 


5 


10 


3 


5 


6 





4 


13 


George 


32 


3 


4 


5 6 


2 


3 


1 


11 


Cissell 


31 


1 


4 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


3 


Murphy 


32 


5 


7 


1 


2 





3 


10 


Blakely 


16 





1 


2 


2 


4 





2 


2 


Kennedy 


13 





1 





3 





3 





D. Jones 





























Ash by 


3 























Jansing 





























Rockwell 


























Northen 





























Marshall 


























Payne 





























R. Davis 


























McManus 





























G. Davis 


























Horrell 





























Sullivan 


























Totals 


160 


22 


43 


11 


16 


26 


2 


15 


55 


Totals 


160 


25 


41 


12 16 


18 


4 


14 


62 


Game No. 


7 — Ses: 


lion 


No. 


4 
































Mayfield 




Roger Fielc 


Is 










Clay County 




Bob Keith 








Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


Hubbard 


23 


4 


7 


3 


5 


9 


1 


4 


11 


Thompson 


32 


3 


9 


4 5 


11 





3 


10 


Shelton 


32 


8 


17 


2 


3 


2 


1 


3 


18 


Bishop 


32 


8 


16 


3 4 


11 


1 


3 


19 


Youngblood 27 


5 


11 


2 


2 


9 


1 


5 


12 


Roberts 


24 


1 


2 


2 2 


2 


1 


3 


4 


Clymer 


15 


1 


3 


1 


2 


4 





4 


3 


Marcum 


15 











2 





1 





Mills 


30 


4 


14 


1 


2 





3 


4 


9 


Estep 


31 


7 


18 


13 14 


3 


1 


2 


27 


Buck 


32 


4 


5 


1 


2 


4 


2 


3 


9 


Young 


24 


2 


7 





3 





4 


4 


Sims 





























Bo wl i ng 


























Williams 





























Smith 


























Moss 





























Henson 


























Wyatt 


1 














1 











Griffin 


























Puckett 





























Led ford 


























Pyle 





























Lyttle 


2 





1 





1 











Totals 


160 


26 


57 


10 


16 


33 


8 


23 


62 


Totals 


160 


21 


53 


22 25 


37 


3 


16 


64 


Game No. 


8 — Session 


No. 


4 
































Elizabethtown - 


- Ray Vencill 








Central 





Robe 


■rt Graves 








Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Moore 


28 


2 


5 


5 


8 


2 





3 


9 


Parker 


31 


7 


15 


1 2 


6 


1 


2 


15 


T. Overton 


24 


3 


12 


2 


4 


2 





4 


8 


Washingtor 


i 28 


5 


12 


7 10 


11 


1 


3 


17 


Knowles 


31 


7 


11 


3 


4 


10 


1 


2 


17 


Parks 


20 


3 


5 


2 2 


4 





4 


8 


Woolum 


31 


9 


15 


2 


2 


7 


1 


3 


20 


Roberson 


30 


8 


15 


3 4 


8 


1 


2 


19 


Gamble 


12 





2 





6 


1 


1 


2 





Deane 


15 


2 


5 


1 3 


1 


1 





5 


French 


25 


1 


3 








2 


2 


2 


2 


Ray 


























Nail 


4 


1 


1 








1 





3 


2 


Barney 


12 





3 


1 2 


4 





1 


1 


Vaughn 


1 











i 


1 





1 





Patton 


19 


1 


2 


7 9 


3 


2 


3 


9 


Marti n 


1 








1 


2 











1 


Baumbergei 








6 

















Buckner 


1 


























Cureton 


1 























Cecil 


1 


1 


1 

















2 


Page 


2 























Hart 


1 














1 


1 








Ross 


2 





1 


1 2 


1 








1 


Totals 


160 


24 


50 


13 


21 


29 


6 


20 


61 


Totals 


160 


26 


58 


23 34 


40 


6 


15 


75 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1978 



Page Eleven 



1978 BOYS' STATE TOURNAMENT BOX SCORE INFORMATION 



Game No. 9 — Session No. 5 





Christiar 


County 





Lyle Dunbar 






Ahrens 


— 


Fred 


Holden 










Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft 


fta reb 


a pf 


tp 


Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Hart 


31 


6 


13 


2 


2 8 


2 5 


14 


Curtis 


32 


5 


12 


8 


10 


11 





2 


18 


Young 


31 


4 


8 


5 


7 9 


1 


13 


White 


22 


4 


4 


2 


2 


5 





1 


10 


Nance 


32 


6 


12 


3 


5 7 


4 


15 


Adams 


14 


1 


4 














2 


2 


Barnett 


26 


3 


9 





1 3 


2 4 


6 


Burnley 


30 


3 


9 


4 


4 


3 





3 


10 


Davie 


32 


4 


7 





3 


3 3 


8 


Duncan 


30 


1 


12 


2 


2 


2 


1 


2 


4 


Jordan 























Middleton 


18 


2 


5 


2 


3 


1 





2 


6 


Beyke 























Rucker 


7 


2 


3 








2 





1 


4 


Bussell 























King 


7 














2 





1 





Dudas 


1 




















Mixon 

















6 











Owen 


1 




















Bacon 





























Brown 


6 





1 














Bradshaw 





























Radford 























Cole 





























Totals 


160 


23 


50 


10 


15 35 


7 17 


56 


Torals 


160 


18 


49 


18 


21 


31 


1 


14 


54 



Game No. 10 — Session No. 5 





Bowling Green - 




3obby Hoggard 






Holmes 


— 


Reynolds Flynn 








Player 


min. fg fga 


ft 


r ta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


Rhodes 


27 3 


6 


2 


2 


3 





1 


8 


Schloemer 


31 


9 


16 


6 9 


7 


1 


4 


24 


Brown 


24 7 


19 


2 


2 


8 


1 


2 


16 


Wimzie 


31 


9 


18 


2 2 


10 


1 


3 


20 


Ray 


31 12 


19 


1 


2 


6 





4 


25 


Malik 


27 


8 


12 


1 3 


13 


4 


3 


17 


Nichols 


28 4 


9 


1 


3 


7 





7 


9 


Derkson 


1 























D. Carothers 19 


8 








2 





4 


8 


Moeves 


31 


6 


9 


3 4 


2 


1 


2 


15 


Whitlow 


21 


4 


1 


3 


2 


3 


3 


1 


Riley 


5 








1 2 


1 





6 


1 


Hays 


5 1 


1 





1 


1 





3 


2 


Beal 


27 


3 


8 


1 


2 


7 


3 


6 


Wilson 


1 


1 








1 











Simpson 


1 























C. Carothers 























Walton 


























Dillard 


1 1 


1 

















2 


Davis 


5 





1 





1 











Stivers 


1 























Green 


1 























Skiles 


1 











1 





2 





Todd 


























Totals 


160 32 


68 


7 


13 


34 


4 


21 


71 


Totals 


160 


35 


64 


13 21 


44 


14 


15 


83 


Game No. 


11 — Session No. 5 
































Henry Clay 


— AI Prew 


itt 










Shelby 


County - 


— Tom 


Creamer 




Player 


min. fg fga 


ft 


fra 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Moore 


32 4 


11 








7 


3 


2 


8 


Way 


31 


4 


11 





4 


1 


2 


8 


Leslie 


14 


3 








3 





7 





Beckley 


32 


7 


12 


10 14 


10 





2 


24 


Chambers 


30 8 


12 


1 


2 


8 





4 


17 


Hurt 


32 


6 


19 


5 6 


6 


1 


2 


17 


Swear 


21 3 


6 








7 


2 


4 


6 


George 


31 


4 


7 


1 1 


2 


4 


3 


9 


Owens 


25 3 


6 


1 


2 


4 


1 


2 


7 


Murphy 


32 


2 


7 


1 4 


4 





1 


5 


Price 


20 3 


7 





6 


4 


1 


2 


6 


Kennedy 


1 























Clay 




















6 





Ashby 


1 





1 





1 











Overstreet 


























Rockwell 


























G. Minnie 


ield 4 1 


2 








2 





i 


7 


Marshall 


























F. Minniefield 14 


10 


2 


3 


! 





i 


16 


R. Davis 


























Elliott 


























E. Davis 


























Montgomery 























Sullivan 


























Totals 


160 29 


57 


4 


7 


34 


7 


18 


62 


Totals 


160 


23 


57 


17 25 


30 


6 


10 


63 


Game No. 


12 — Session No. 


6 






























Clay County 





Bob Keith 










Central 





Robert Graves 








Player 


min. fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Thompson 


31 


1 


2 


4 


10 





1 


2 


Parker 


27 


7 


15 


3 6 


7 


1 


3 


17 


Bishop 


28 9 


14 


3 


3 


6 





5 


21 


Washington 31 


3 


12 


3 6 


16 


2 


4 


9 


Roberts 


10 





4 


5 


1 





2 


4 


Parks 


21 


7 


7 


1 


2 


1 


4 


4 


Marcum 


22 





4 


4 


8 





2 


4 


Roberson 


31 


4 


11 


3 6 


3 


1 


1 


11 


Estep 


27 8 


14 


2 


3 


4 





5 


18 


Deane 


11 


1 


1 


1 





1 


2 


2 


Young 


31 3 


12 





4 


4 





? 


6 


Ray 


1 








1 3 


1 





1 


1 


Bowling 


3 


2 














4 





Barney 


9 


1 


2 





4 





2 


2 


Money 





6 




















Patton 


23 


7 


12 


6 7 


4 


1 


2 


20 


Smith 


1 











1 











Baumberger 























Griffin 


1 


1 


2 


2 








1 


2 


Cureton 


























Led ford 


1 








6 














Page 


5 





1 

















Lyttle 


5 


1 














1 





Ross 


1 























Totals 


160 20 


45 


17 


25 


36 





23 


57 


Totals 


160 


25 


61 


16 30 


40 


7 


19 


66 



Page Twelve 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1978 



1978 BOYS' STATE TOURNAMENT BOX SCORE INFORMATION 



Game No. 


13 


— 


Session N 


o. 


7 
































Ch 


ristian County 




l-yl 


e Dunb; 


r 






Holmes 


— 


Reynold 


. Flynn 








Player 




mir 


■ fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Hart 




30 


4 


13 


4 


4 


8 


1 


4 


12 


Schloemer 


30 


8 


15 


5 


7 


8 


1 


3 


21 


Young 




30 


4 


8 








5 


2 


4 


8 


Wimzie 


30 


8 


16 


5 


6 


7 





3 


21 


Nance 




20 


4 


9 








7 





5 


8 


Malik 


29 


3 


6 


4 


4 


5 





2 


10 


Barnett 




24 


2 


8 


5 


6 


1 





3 


9 


Derkson 


1 


1 


1 

















2 


Davie 




30 


7 


11 


1 


2 


2 





4 


15 


Moeves 


31 


4 


6 


6 


8 


4 


1 


2 


14 


Jordon 




6 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 








3 


Riley 


2 

















1 








Beyke 






























Beal 


24 





6 


3 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


Bussell 






























Simpson 


1 


























Dudas 






























Walto 


2 


























Owen 






2 


4 








1 


1 


3 


4 


Davis 


9 


1 


3 


2 


2 


2 








4 


Brown 




11 





1 





1 














Green 


1 


























Radford 






























Watts 






























Totals 



160 24 56 11 14 29 4 23 59 



Totals 



160 25 53 25 31 34 6 13 75 



Game No. 


14 — Session No. 7 














Shelby 


Cour 


ty - 


- Tom 


Creamer 




Player 


min 


■ fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Way 


27 


2 


6 








3 


1 


3 


4 


Beckley 


27 


5 


12 


6 


8 


7 





3 


16 


Hurt 


29 


9 


15 


8 


9 


13 


2 


3 


26 


George 


27 


3 


6 


2 


3 





2 


1 


8 


Murphy 


31 


6 


10 


2 


4 


12 


2 


2 


14 


Kennedy 


5 


1 


1 


2 


3 


3 


1 





4 


Ashby 


7 





1 


2 


2 











2 


Rockwell 


2 





1 




















Marshall 


2 





1 








2 











R. Davis 


1 


























G. Davis 


1 


























Sullivan 


1 


2 


2 








1 








4 





Central 


— 


Robert 


Graves 








Player 


min. 


fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Parker 


31 


2 


7 


2 


2 


10 


1 


3 


6 


Washington 


31 


5 


13 








4 





3 


10 


Parks 


22 


4 


10 








3 





5 


8 


Roberson 


31 


5 


15 








5 


1 


1 


10 


Deane 


13 





1 





1 


1 


1 








Ray 





























Barney 


3 


1 


3 








2 





3 


2 


Patton 


23 


9 


13 





2 








5 


18 


Baumberger 


1 





1 




















Cureton 


1 





1 




















Page 


1 





1 





















Ross 







2 11 







Totals 



160 28 55 22 29 47 



12 73 



Totals 



160 26 67 2 5 31 4 22 54 



Game No. 


15 — 


Session No. 


8 












Holmes 


— 


Reynold 


s Flynn 








Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Schloemer 


34 


10 


14 


5 


6 


13 





5 


25 


Wimzie 


31 


8 


15 





1 


9 





5 


16 


Malik 


17 


2 


7 








6 


1 


5 


4 


Derkson 





























Moeves 


35 


5 


12 





1 


2 


1 


4 


10 


Riley 


17 





I 








3 





1 





Beal 


35 


5 


10 


1 


1 





4 


1 


11 


Simpson 





























Walton 





























P. Davis 


6 





1 








1 











Green 





























Feeback 





























Totals 


175 


30 


60 


6 


9 


36 


6 


21 


66 



Shelby County — Tom Creamer 



Player 


min. 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Way 


35 


2 


5 


1 


2 


5 


2 


2 


5 


Beckley 


35 


5 


13 


8 


13 


10 





4 


18 


Hunt 


35 


7 


15 


2 


4 


8 


1 


1 


16 


George 


35 


8 


11 


15 


6 


5 


3 


2 


21 


Murphy 


35 


4 


9 





1 


3 





4 


8 


Kennedy 





























Ashby 





























Rockwell 





























Marshall 





























R. Davis 





























G. Davis 





























Sullivan 






























Totals 



175 26 53 16 26 31 6 13 68 



ATTENTION PRINCIPALS OF K.H.S.A.A. MEMBER SCHOOLS: 

At the April 20, 1978 meeting, the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control voted to con- 
tinue to provide catastrophe injury insurance for all high school athletes for 1978-79. 
The maximum medical benefits per injury was increased from $25,000 to $50,000 
over the previous year. 

Briefly stated, the K.H.S.A.A. catastrophe plan contains the following provisions: 

1. $1,000 deductible clause; 

2. Up to $50,000 in medical benefits per injury (after the deductible has been 
satisfied and after the benefits from all other insurance has been considered); 

3. Coverage for students engaging in, practicing for, or traveling to or from, 
all activities under the jurisdiction of the K.H.S.A.A. and the direct super- 
vision of a school employee; 

4. Coverage for all registered officials of the K.H.S.A.A., while officiating, or 
traveling to or from the game they are to officiate; 

5. Coverage for medical expense incurred within two years following the date 
of injury; 

6. The deductible is eliminated for injuries sustained during a state series of 
tournaments or meets. 

The plan is underwritten by Sentry Life Insurance Company and is administered by 
Doug Ruedlinger, Inc. If you desire additional information, we suggest you write 
our catastrophe insurance consultant, Mr. John Joy, P. O. Box 3194, Johnson City, 
Tennessee, 37601, or call 615-928-7381. 



** 



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P. O. Box 3194 

JOHNSON CITY, TENN. 37601 

615-928-7381 




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734 East Main Street 
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